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The Effects of Halothane and Atropine on Total Respiratory Resistance in Anesthetized Man
Allon L. Brakensiek, M.D.;
Allon L. Brakensiek, M.D.
*Instructor in Anesthesiology. Recipient of a Research and Education Associateship, U. S. Veterans Administration. Present address: Dept. of Anesthesiology, Holy Cross Hospital, Salt Lake City, Utah 84102.
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Anesthesiology September 1970, Vol. 33, 341–344.
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Allon L. Brakensiek, Norman A. Bergman; The Effects of Halothane and Atropine on Total Respiratory Resistance in Anesthetized Man. Anesthesiology 1970; 33:341–344 doi: https://doi.org/10.1097/00000542-197009000-00015
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