Low-dose spinal anesthesia with low-dose phenylephrine infusions for cesarean delivery: better but not necessarily best.

@article{Kee2009LowdoseSA,
  title={Low-dose spinal anesthesia with low-dose phenylephrine infusions for cesarean delivery: better but not necessarily best.},
  author={Warwick D Ngan Kee and Kim Sun Khaw},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2009},
  volume={111 1},
  pages={210-1; author reply 213-6}
}
gery, with normal appetite and defecation. Third, we admit that we neglect the potential problem of using chloral hydrate for euthanasia of rats. Chloral hydrate is a traditional anesthetic in animal experiments, and before we performed our study we also found that it is used for killing rats by either decapitation or cardiac perfusion in respectable… CONTINUE READING