Leeds 1. O'kelly Sw, Lawes Eg, Luntley Jb. Bleeding Time: Is It a Useful Clinical Tool?

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  title={Leeds 1. O'kelly Sw, Lawes Eg, Luntley Jb. Bleeding Time: Is It a Useful Clinical Tool?},
  author={Miira Tuominen and M Pltkanen and T Tatvainen and Per H. Rosenberg and Heli Tuominen and Kuulasmaa K Taivainen and Rosenberg Ph and Taivainen and M Tuominen and Kuulasmaa K Rosenberg and A Ph and Mitchell Rwd and G. V. Bowler and Scott Db and Edstrom Hh and Ian H Lewis and R Snbyd and Ann Arbor and Michigan and M Kirvelă and Olkkola Kt and A Yli-Hankala and K Salmela and Lindgren L Pharmacokinetics and Frieman and Ja and Chalmers Tc and H Smith and Kuebler Rr The and Ryan Macdonald}
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hyperbaric 0.5 % bupivacaine. These studies demonstrated nicely that there are always patients who have a low block and others with an unnecessarily high spread of analgesia, irrespective of density of solution. Our conclusion was not "that individual anatomical properties are more important than baricity". We have stated: "Individual anatomical properties may play a more important role than expected in the subarachnoid spread of local anaesthetic", and "The extent of block is affected also by… CONTINUE READING

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