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Meeting Abstracts| May 1946
BARFOOT, R. J.: Continuous Caudal Obstctrical Analgesia.
Anesthesiology May 1946, Vol. 7, 327.
J. C. M. C.; BARFOOT, R. J.: Continuous Caudal Obstctrical Analgesia.. Anesthesiology 1946; 7:327 doi: https://doi.org/10.1097/00000542-194605000-00024
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