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AIM To determine whether intravenous ketoprofen is effective as pre-emptive analgesia for breast surgery. DESIGN Randomised, controlled, double blind study. PATIENTS AND METHODS 50 patients undergoing breast surgery under general anaesthesia randomised to receive either 100 mg intravenous ketoprofen 30 minutes before (Group I), or immediately after(More)
Two patients presented with almost total obliteration of the pharynx. In one, a membrane developed after corrosive poisoning; in the other, the oropharynx was filled with a dense cicatrix in the sclerosing phase of rhinoscleroma. In both patients, a single opening in the membrane provided access to both the larynx and oesophagus. Fibreoptic intubation(More)
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