Nitrous oxide is not beneficial for breakthrough cancer pain

Enting, Roelien H; Oldenmenger, Wendy H; van der Rijt, Carin CD; Koper, Peter; Lieverse, Paul J; Sillevis Smitt, Peter AE
May 2002
Palliative Medicine;May2002, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p257
Academic Journal
Investigates the efficacy of nitrous oxide in alleviating cancer pain. Medical functions of nitrous oxide; Characteristics of nitrous oxide; Dosage requirements of nitrous oxide.


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