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A multicenter study on the use of sameridine as a spinal anesthetic for hernia repair. Comparison of three doses of sameridine vs lidocaine on analgesie efficacy and safety.

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  • M. F. Mulroy Departments of Anesthesia, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, USA, and McGill University, Montreal, Canada; ASTRA Pain Control, AB, Sweden PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • K. Klubien Departments of Anesthesia, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, USA, and McGill University, Montreal, Canada; ASTRA Pain Control, AB, Sweden PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • F. Carli Departments of Anesthesia, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, USA, and McGill University, Montreal, Canada; ASTRA Pain Control, AB, Sweden PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • A. Heierson Departments of Anesthesia, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, USA, and McGill University, Montreal, Canada; ASTRA Pain Control, AB, Sweden PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • Departments of Anesthesia, Virginia Mason Medical Center, Seattle, USA, and McGill University, Montreal, Canada; ASTRA Pain Control, AB, Sweden Google scholar articles

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Mulroy MF, Klubien K, Carli F, et al
A multicenter study on the use of sameridine as a spinal anesthetic for hernia repair. Comparison of three doses of sameridine vs lidocaine on analgesie efficacy and safety.
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May 01, 1998

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