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The effect of sedation with propofol on postoperative bronchoconstriction in patients with hyperactive airway disease

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Borgeat, A., Borgeat, A., Wilder-Smith, O. et al. The effect of sedation with propofol on postoperative bronchoconstriction in patients with hyperactive airway disease. Intensive Care Med 18, 498 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01708593

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  • Public Health
  • Emergency Medicine
  • Airway Disease
  • Hyperactive Airway
  • Hyperactive Airway Disease