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Subdural or subarachnoid catheter?

  • D. B. Chethan (a1)
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Correspondence to: D. B. Chethan, Department of Anaesthesia, University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park Cardiff, Cardiff CF14 4XW, UK. E-mail: doddamane@gmail.com; Tel: +2920 743107; Fax: +2920 745489

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1.Batra, YK, Sharma, A, Rajeev, S. Total spinal anaesthesia following epidural test dose in an ankylosing spondylitic patient with anticipated difficult airway undergoing total hip replacement. Eur J Anaesthesiol 2006; 23: 897.
2.Collier, C. A high spinal or a subdural block? Int J Obstet Anaesth 2004; 13: 243.

Subdural or subarachnoid catheter?

  • D. B. Chethan (a1)

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