National recall of two batches of widely used hospital anaesthetic

Therapeutic Goods Administration alerted hospitals that two batches of the anaesthetic propofol could be contaminated

A national recall of two batches of the most widely used anaesthesia drug probably will not affect scheduled surgery, doctors say.

The Therapeutic Goods Administration alerted public and private hospitals on Friday that two batches of the anaesthetic propofol could be contaminated with the bacteria Ralstonia pickettii.

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