Undertreatment of medical inpatients with narcotic analgesics.

  title={Undertreatment of medical inpatients with narcotic analgesics.},
  author={R. Marks and E. Sachar},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  volume={78 2},
An improved coupling assembly includes a plurality of resilient spring fingers which engage a plug to hold it against both axial and sidewise movement relative to a socket body. Each of the spring fingers has an axially inner end portion with a pair of mounting tabs which engage openings in an outer side surface of the socket body to hold the spring fingers against axial movement relative to the socket body. When the coupling assembly is in a disengaged condition, axially outer end portions of… Expand
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