Trichlorethylene anaesthesia in obstetrics: a report.

  • RKR Scragg
  • Published 1958 in Canadian Anaesthetists' Society journal

Abstract

TRICHLORETHYLENE was first used for maternity anaesthesia in F.dmonton hospitals in 1950. Since that time over 30,000 deliveries, ,19,418 of them at the Royal AIexandra Maternity Hospital, have been accomplished with the aid of this anaesthetic agent, with what we believe to be good results. No standard premedication is used in obstetrical patients. The… (More)

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@article{Scragg1958TrichlorethyleneAI, title={Trichlorethylene anaesthesia in obstetrics: a report.}, author={RKR Scragg}, journal={Canadian Anaesthetists' Society journal}, year={1958}, volume={5 4}, pages={419-22} }