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Meeting Abstracts  |   May 1952
THE DEVELOPMENT OF EFOCAINE, A NEW APPROACH TO PROLONGED LOCAL ANESTHESIA
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • F P Ansbro, M.D.
    *
  • A H Iason, M.D.
  • H E Shaftel, M.D.
  • A Halpern, Ph.D.
    §
  • F S Latteri, M.D.
  • B Bodell, M.D.
  • *Attending anesthesiologist, St. Catherine's, Adelphi and Brooklyn Thoracic Hospitals; Consultant in Anesthesiology, King's County, St. Peters, St. Mary's and Swedish Hospitals, Brooklyn and Mary Immaculate Hospital, Jamaica, Long Island, Ass't. Clinical Professor of Anesthesiology, New York State University, College of Medicine at Brooklyn, New York
  • †Consultant Surgeon, Long Beach Hospital, Attending Surgeon, Adelphi Hospital; Director of Surgery, Brooklyn Home and Hospital for the Aged, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Instructor in Anatomy, N. Y. Medical College, N. Y.
  • ‡Associate Surgeon, Adelphi Hospital; Brooklyn Home and Hospital for the Aged and the Swedish Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.
  • §Associate Professor of Pharmacology and Director of Pharmaceutical Research (1950), Duquesne University, Pittsburgh, Pa.; Scientific Director, E. Fougera Co., Inc., N. Y. C.
  • ∥Associate Anesthesiologist, St. Catherine's and Adelphi Hospitals; Clinical Assistant in Anesthesiology, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.
  • ¶Clinical Assistant in Anesthesiology, Kings County Hospital; Assistant Anesthesiologist (pro tem.), St. Catherine's Hospital, Brooklyn, New York
Article Information
Meeting Abstracts   |   May 1952
THE DEVELOPMENT OF EFOCAINE, A NEW APPROACH TO PROLONGED LOCAL ANESTHESIA
Anesthesiology 5 1952, Vol.13, 306-321. doi:
Anesthesiology 5 1952, Vol.13, 306-321. doi:
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