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Can low dose of propofol effectively suppress fentanyl-induced cough during induction of anaesthesia? A double blind randomized controlled trial

Firouzian Abolfazl, Emadi Seyed Abdollah, Baradari Afshin Gholipour, Mousavi Robabeh, Kiasari Alieh Zamani

Year : 2015| Volume: 31| Issue : 4 | Page no: 522-525

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