Delayed respiratory arrest after epidural hydromorphone

@article{Wst1987DelayedRA,
  title={Delayed respiratory arrest after epidural hydromorphone},
  author={H. W{\"u}st and P. Bromage},
  journal={Anaesthesia},
  year={1987},
  volume={42}
}
A case is reported where hydromorphone 1 mg injected into the epidural space produced apnoea 4.5 hours later. No other narcotics had been given in the previous 10 hours. 
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