Cardiovascular effects of fenoterol under conditions of hypoxaemia

Bremner, P; Burgess, C D; Crane, J; McHaffie, D; Galletly, D; Pearce, N; Woodman, K; Beasley, R
October 1992
Thorax;Oct1992, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p814
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