A CLINICAL EVALUATION OF METHOXYFLURANE IN MAN

@article{Joseph1960ACE,
  title={A CLINICAL EVALUATION OF METHOXYFLURANE IN MAN},
  author={Frances A. Joseph and Eliza Richard and Martinez Francis and M. Alexander},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={1960},
  volume={21},
  pages={512–517}
}
A CLINICAL EVALUATION OF METHOXYFLURANE IN MAN F. JOSEPH;ALAN POZNAK;E. RICHARD;M. FRANCIS;MANFRED ALEXANDER; Anesthesiology 
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