May 06, 2019
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VIDEO: MKO Melt sedation effect similar to IV sedation

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SAN DIEGO — At the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting, Maggie Jeffries, MD, discusses a poster presentation showing MKO Melt (midazolam, ketamine and ondansetron, Imprimis) sublingual compounded medication had a similar effect over time as the same sedatives administered intravenously.