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Pre-emptive oral dexmethorphan reduces fentanyl-induced cough as well as immediate postoperative adrenocortico-tropic hormone and growth hormone level

Mukherjee Avik, Kundu Asim Kumar, Ghosh Sudipta, Choudhuri Rajat, Bandopadhyay Bijoy Kumar, Dasgupta Sugata

Year : 2011| Volume: 27| Issue : 4 | Page no: 489-494

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