Procedural sedation analgesia

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Sheta Saad;
(2010)

The number of noninvasive and minimally invasive procedures performed outside of the operating room has grown exponentially over the last several decades.<sup> </sup> Sedation, analgesia, or both may be needed for many of these interventional or diagnostic procedures. ... View more
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