Sojourn is used for anesthesia during surgery. Seizures have been known to occur after anesthesia with Sojourn.

Sojourn Overview

Sojourn is a brand name medication included in a group of medications called Halogenated hydrocarbons. For more information about Sojourn see its generic Sevoflurane

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  • Other

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Sojourn Drug Class

Sojourn is part of the drug class:


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