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|Dose fentanyl injection for blunting the hemodynamic response to intubation increase the risk of reflex bradycardia during major abdominal surgery?|
|Jin-Kyoung Kim, Jung-Min Park, Cheol-Hee Lee, Duk-Kyung Kim|
Korean J Anesthesiol. 2012;63(5):402-408. Published online November 16, 2012
Dose fentanyl injection for blunting the hemodynamic response to intubation increase the risk of reflex bradycardia during major abdominal surgery?
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