Controlled Sedation with Alphaxalone-Alphadolone

Ramsay, M. A. E.; Savege, T. M.; Simpson, B. R. J.; Goodwin, R.
June 1974
British Medical Journal;6/22/1974, Vol. 2 Issue 5920, p656
Academic Journal
No abstract available.


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