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Two different techniques of subarachnoid administration of L-bupivacaine 0,5% solution: their effect on the extent of neural blockade: 226.

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  • A Louizos Anaesthesiology Department- Hippokration General, Hospital of Athens, Greece. Vas, Sofias av. 114, Athens, Greece. Pavlou Bakoyianni 68, 15235, Vrilissia, Athens, Greece Greece PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • Th Papavasilopoulou Anaesthesiology Department- Hippokration General, Hospital of Athens, Greece. Vas, Sofias av. 114, Athens, Greece. Pavlou Bakoyianni 68, 15235, Vrilissia, Athens, Greece Greece PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • I Kouroukli Anaesthesiology Department- Hippokration General, Hospital of Athens, Greece. Vas, Sofias av. 114, Athens, Greece. Pavlou Bakoyianni 68, 15235, Vrilissia, Athens, Greece Greece PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • Ch Koraka Anaesthesiology Department- Hippokration General, Hospital of Athens, Greece. Vas, Sofias av. 114, Athens, Greece. Pavlou Bakoyianni 68, 15235, Vrilissia, Athens, Greece Greece PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles
  • A Economou Anaesthesiology Department- Hippokration General, Hospital of Athens, Greece. Vas, Sofias av. 114, Athens, Greece. Pavlou Bakoyianni 68, 15235, Vrilissia, Athens, Greece Greece PubMed articlesGoogle scholar articles

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Louizos A, Papavasilopoulou T, Kouroukli I, et al
Two different techniques of subarachnoid administration of L-bupivacaine 0,5% solution: their effect on the extent of neural blockade: 226.
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September 01, 2004

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