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The influence of continuous epidural anesthesia on perioperative metabolism and postoperative diet therapy

Hossli, G , P Frey And G Kreienbuehl (Ed ) Anaesthesiologie Und Intensivmedizin, 189 Zak (Zentraleuropaeischer Anaesthesiekongress) Zuerich, Band Iii Neonatalogie, Herzchirurgie, Arteriosklerose, Eph-Gestose, Postoperative Ernaehrung; (Anaesthesiology And Intensive Care Medicine, 189 Zak (Central European Anesthesia Congress) Zurich, Part Iii Neonatology, Heart Surgery, Arteriosclerosis, Eph-Gestosis, Postoperative Nutrition); Zurich, Switzerland, 1983 Xiii+306p Springer-Verlag: B

The influence of continuous epidural anesthesia on perioperative metabolism and postoperative diet therapy

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