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ranged between 51.9% [9] and 86.7% [11], with many series not providing either or both of these data. As a result, a lobectomy or greater resection was necessary on anatomical or diagnostic grounds and led to a low number of sublobar resections in these series. No series compared postoperative morbidity between lobectomy or greater resection and sublobar(More)
Neuromuscular blocking actions of diazepam and its interaction with some myoneural blocking agents were studied in dogs and in humans undergoing surgery under general anaesthesia. Diazepam alone had no effect on the response of tibialis anterior muscle to indirect stimulation in dogs. Again, diazepam in a bolus dose of 5 mg did not influence a pre-existing(More)
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