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Must we press on until a young mother dies? Remifentanil patient controlled analgesia in labour may not be suited as a "poor man's epidural"

Bibliographic reference Kranke, Peter ; Girard, Thierry ; Lavand'homme, Patricia ; Melber, Andrea ; Jokinen, Johanna ; et. al. Must we press on until a young mother dies? Remifentanil patient controlled analgesia in labour may not be suited as a "poor man's epidural". In: BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth, Vol. 13, no.1, p. 139 [1-8] (2013)
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