Epidural analgesia during labour

Yee, Irvan; MacKinnon, Ted; Watson, James; Millman, William L.; Fuller, John; Butler, Ronald; Dain, Stevan; Parkin, John; White, Bruce; Gverzdys, Sharunas; Johnston, Cameron; Wagner, Marsden; Squires, Bruce P.
December 1993
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;12/1/1993, Vol. 149 Issue 11, p1628
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