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Clinical evaluation of the Capnomask™ in the supine vs. prone position during monitored anaesthesia care

  • M. Sesay (a1), P. Tauzin-Fin (a1), O. Verdonck (a1), L. Svartz (a1) and P. Maurette (a1)...
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Correspondence to: Musa Sesay, Department of Anaesthesia, Pellegrin University Hospital, Place Amelie Raba Leon, 33076 Bordeaux cedex, France. E-mail: musa.sesay@chu-bordeaux.fr; Tel: +33 5 56 795403; Fax: +33 5 56 796155

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Clinical evaluation of the Capnomask™ in the supine vs. prone position during monitored anaesthesia care

  • M. Sesay (a1), P. Tauzin-Fin (a1), O. Verdonck (a1), L. Svartz (a1) and P. Maurette (a1)...

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