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Changes in plasma potassium concentration during carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum

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Changes in plasma potassium concentration during carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum. / Perner, A; Bugge, K; Lyng, K M; Schulze, S; Kristensen, P A; Bendtsen, A.

I: British Journal of Anaesthesia, Bind 82, Nr. 1, 01.1999, s. 137-9.

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Perner, A, Bugge, K, Lyng, KM, Schulze, S, Kristensen, PA & Bendtsen, A 1999, 'Changes in plasma potassium concentration during carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum', British Journal of Anaesthesia, bind 82, nr. 1, s. 137-9.

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Perner, A., Bugge, K., Lyng, K. M., Schulze, S., Kristensen, P. A., & Bendtsen, A. (1999). Changes in plasma potassium concentration during carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum. British Journal of Anaesthesia, 82(1), 137-9.

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Perner A, Bugge K, Lyng KM, Schulze S, Kristensen PA, Bendtsen A. Changes in plasma potassium concentration during carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 1999 jan;82(1):137-9.

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Perner, A ; Bugge, K ; Lyng, K M ; Schulze, S ; Kristensen, P A ; Bendtsen, A. / Changes in plasma potassium concentration during carbon dioxide pneumoperitoneum. I: British Journal of Anaesthesia. 1999 ; Bind 82, Nr. 1. s. 137-9.

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