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, 59 (4), 258-60

Anaesthetic in the Garb of a Propellant

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Anaesthetic in the Garb of a Propellant

Shagun Bhatia Shah et al. Indian J Anaesth.

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Drager Primus Anaesthesia workstation showing the halothane red rectangle after asthalin puffs given via the endotracheal tube

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