Atropine as an anti-sialagogue is unnecessary in paediatric patients undergoing intravenous ketamine sedation in the ED, Abstracts of the annual scientific meeting of the ACEM and ASEM 2002

Williams, J. and Treston, G. (2003) Atropine as an anti-sialagogue is unnecessary in paediatric patients undergoing intravenous ketamine sedation in the ED, Abstracts of the annual scientific meeting of the ACEM and ASEM 2002. Emergency Medicine, 15 A4. doi:10.1046/j.1442-2026.2003.00152.x


Author Williams, J.
Treston, G.
Title Atropine as an anti-sialagogue is unnecessary in paediatric patients undergoing intravenous ketamine sedation in the ED, Abstracts of the annual scientific meeting of the ACEM and ASEM 2002
Journal name Emergency Medicine
Publication date 2003
DOI 10.1046/j.1442-2026.2003.00152.x
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Volume 15
Start page A4
Language eng

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