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Volume 43, Number 2, February 1999

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Non-invasive evaluation of left ventricular function by means of impedance cardiography
pp. 130-134(5)
Authors: Van Der Meer, B. J. M.; Vonk Noordegraaf, A.; Bax, J. J.; Kamp, O.; De Vries, P. M. J. M.

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Combined effects of high-frequency ventilation and surfactant treatment in experimental meconium aspiration syndrome
pp. 135-145(11)
Authors: Calkovska, A.; Sun, B.; Curstedt, T.; Renheim, G.; Robertson, B.

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Diminished interleukin-6 and C-reactive protein responses to laparoscopic versus open cholecystectomy
pp. 146-152(7)
Authors: Kristiansson, M.; Saraste, L.; Soop, M.; Sundqvist, K. G.; Thörne, A.

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Implementation of percutaneous dilation tracheotomy – value of preincisional ultrasonic examination?
pp. 163-166(4)
Authors: Bonde, J.; Nørgaard, N.; Antonsen, K.; Faber, T.

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Attitudes of Swedish physicians and nurses towards the use of life-sustaining treatment
pp. 167-172(6)
Authors: Sjokvist, P.; Berggren, L.; Cook, D. J.

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In-hospital cardiopulmonary resuscitation: 5 years’ incidence and survival according to the Utstein template
pp. 177-184(8)
Authors: Skogvoll, E.; Isern, E.; Sangolt, G. K.; Gisvold, S. E.

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Cost consciousness among anaesthetic staff
pp. 202-205(4)
Authors: Schlünzen, L.; Simonsen, M. S.; Spangsberg, N. L. M.; Carlsson, P.

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Prolonged dysequilibrium between blood and brain concentrations of propofol during infusions in sheep
pp. 206-211(6)
Authors: Ludbrook, G. L.; Upton, R. N.; Grant, C.; Martinez, A.

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The effect of ketamine on clinical endpoints of hypnosis and EEG variables during propofol infusion
pp. 212-216(5)
Authors: Sakai, T.; Singh, H.; Mi, W. D.; Kudo, T.; Matsuki, A.

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Lack of pre-emptive analgesic effect of (R)-ketamine in laparoscopic cholecystectomy
pp. 220-224(5)
Authors: Mathisen, L. C.; Aasbø, V.; Ræder, J.

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Topical wound anaesthesia in children – a temporary postoperative pain relief
pp. 225-229(5)
Authors: Kokinsky, E.; Cassuto, J.; Sinclair, R.; Rubensson, A.; Nilsson, K.; Larsson, L. E.

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Paraplegia after thoracotomy – not caused by the epidural catheter
pp. 230-232(3)
Authors: Løvstad1, R. Z.; Steen, P. A.; Forsman, M.

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Paraplegia, a severe complication to epidural analgesia
pp. 233-235(3)
Authors: Bülow, P. M.; Biering-Sørensen, F.

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Pituitary apoplexy after cardiac surgery presenting as deep coma with dilated pupils
pp. 236-238(3)
Authors: Wiesmann, M.; Gliemroth, J.; Kehler, U.; Missler, U.

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