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Effect of patient controlled analgesia on plasma catecholamines cortisol and glucose after cholecystectomy

Effect of patient controlled analgesia on plasma catecholamines cortisol and glucose after cholecystectomy

Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica Supplementum (86)

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