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How do I take Anectine?

Typically, an anesthesiologist gives you Anectine before surgery through an intravenous (IV) line. Anectine relaxes the muscles of your windpipe within one minute. Once relaxed, the anesthesiologist can insert a tube into your windpipe. The tube will be connected to a machine that breathes for you. The effect of Anectine only last about four to six minutes.

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