The effect of propofol on emergence agitation in children receiving sevoflurane for adenotonsillectomy
Cheol Jin Lee, Sang Eun Lee, Min Kyung Oh, Chee Mahn Shin, Young Jae Kim, Young Kyun Choe, Soon Ho Cheong, Kun Moo Lee, Jeong Han Lee, Se Hun Lim, Young Hwan Kim, Kwang Rae Cho
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