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Opioids Preserve the Adrenal Medullary Response Evoked by Severe Hemorrhage: Studies on Adrenal Catecholamine and Met-Enkephalin Secretion in Halothane Anesthetized Cats
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  • D. M. Gaumann, M.D.
    *
  • T. L. Yaksh, Ph.D.
  • G. M. Tyce, Ph.D.
  • D. L. Lucas
    §
  • * Resident in Critical Care Service, Department of Anesthesiology, Section of Neurosurgical Research.
  • Professor of Pharmacology, Section of Neurosurgical Research.
  • Professor of Physiology.
  • §Technician in Gastroenterology Hormone Research Laboratory.
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Education   |   May 1988
Opioids Preserve the Adrenal Medullary Response Evoked by Severe Hemorrhage: Studies on Adrenal Catecholamine and Met-Enkephalin Secretion in Halothane Anesthetized Cats
Anesthesiology 5 1988, Vol.68, 743-753. doi:
Anesthesiology 5 1988, Vol.68, 743-753. doi:
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