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Thoracic epidural analgesia for coronary artery surgery. A bridge too far?

  • D. Kamming (a1) and W. Davies (a1)
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Correspondence to: Damon Kamming, 190 Regents Park Road, London NW1 8XP, UK. E-mail: damonkamming@hotmail.com; Tel: +44 20 7722 8793

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Thoracic epidural analgesia for coronary artery surgery. A bridge too far?

  • D. Kamming (a1) and W. Davies (a1)

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