Melbourne: Doctors have indicated that a painkiller commonly used in hospitals and ambulances may be causing hepatitis, especially in patients who receive multiple doses.Three doctors Kacey O`Rourke, Stuart McMaster and Karin Lust reported that a 33-year-old Brisbane woman appeared to have developed hepatitis from three doses of the drug known as methoxyflurane or Penthrox.She was given the drug during treatment to repair varicose veins and had no family history of liver disease or other known risk factors that could explain her illness.
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