Private memorial services are being planned for Dr. Edmond “Ted” Eger, a longtime UCSF anesthesiologist and pioneer in the field of inhaled anesthetics. Dr. Eger, who had pancreatic cancer, died Aug. 26 at his Tiburon home at age 86. In the 1960s, Dr. Eger helped establish what is now regarded as a universal standard for dosing inhaled anesthetics, called MAC — minimum alveolar concentration — which is used in the administration of anesthesia in surgery rooms around the world. MAC is a unit of measurement for the potency for all inhaled anesthetics including nitrous oxide, sevofluorane and desflurane, the most commonly used anesthetic gases in modern medicine.
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