C Goldsack

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Codeine and morphine were compared in a double-blind study of postoperative analgesia in 40 patients after intracranial neurosurgery. Eighteen patients received codeine phosphate 60 mg and 18 morphine sulphate 10 mg, both by intramuscular injection; 4 patients (10%) required no analgesia. Both drugs provided analgesia within 20 min of injection but morphine(More)
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