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Because RUPs can use it without fear of prosecution?

February 21 2010 at 4:47 PM
George  (Login George1st)
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Response to a lot of gibberish.


FD: "a lot of gibberish"

As usual, when FD has no acceptable counter-argument, he resorts to ad hominem and personal insults.

FD: "If propofol is not effective for the purpose
that cryo firms use it, I doubt they would be
using it. Why would they?”

That is obviously a rhetorical question.

According a a manufacturer od propofol, effects of propofol last 3 to 5 minutes. Meaning a new dose of Propofol should be injected repeatedly about every 3 to 4 minutes. I think it makes it practically unusable for stabilization procedures, which last much longer. Further, a search of CI web site did not find any reference to CI using propofol. So apparently not all cryo firms are using it.

As you yourself stated in your words: "It is time for [you] to become more respectful of everyone here" and stop insulting other people by intolerantly characterizing their views as "a lot of gibberish". Especially since you are an uneducated and inexperienced amateur when it it comes to the subject of pharmaceuticals.

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