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Tourniquet-associated cardiac ischaemia in a healthy patient undergoing trauma hand surgery

  • M. A. Broom (a1), C. Rimmer (a1) and M. R. Parris (a1)
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Correspondence to: Malcolm Broom, Anaesthetics Department, Floor 2 Walton Building, Glasgow Royal Infirmary, 84 Castle Street, Glasgow G4 0SF, UK. E-mail: malcolmbroom@doctors.org.uk; Tel: +141 211 4620; Fax: +1563 577171

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Tourniquet-associated cardiac ischaemia in a healthy patient undergoing trauma hand surgery

  • M. A. Broom (a1), C. Rimmer (a1) and M. R. Parris (a1)

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