Scotland Bans Anesthetic Due to Its ‘impact on the Climate ’ England & EU to Follow


Human life was already being relegated to being of less import than the establishment’s CO2 agenda, this is just one of the more recent glaring, examples.

Scotland has become the first country in the world to ban the inhaled anaesthetic desflurane because of what they say is an impact on the climate.

According to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS)’s exaggeration, the gas, which is used to put patients to sleep safely during surgery, has a global warming potential 2,500 times greater than carbon dioxide.

NHS England say they aim to stop using desflurane completely by early 2024, except in exceptional circumstances. Anaesthetics account for two-to-five per cent of the NHS’s carbon footprint.

With the above in mind, reflecting back to all the hysteria in the 90’s over hairsprays and refrigerators that, people were told, were causing the Earth’s ozone hole, and were subsequently banned?

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