Anaesthetic techniques for surgical correction of fractured neck of femur

A comparative study of spinal and general anaesthesia in the elderly

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  • ALEXANDER D. McLAREN,

    1. A.D. McLaren, MB, ChB, FFARCS, DRCOG, M.C. Stockwell. MB, ChB, FFARCS, DRCOG and V.T. Reid, MB, ChB, FFARCS, Senior Registrars, Division of Anaesthesia, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, G4 OSF.
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  • MARGARET C. STOCKWELL,

    1. A.D. McLaren, MB, ChB, FFARCS, DRCOG, M.C. Stockwell. MB, ChB, FFARCS, DRCOG and V.T. Reid, MB, ChB, FFARCS, Senior Registrars, Division of Anaesthesia, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, G4 OSF.
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  • VERONICA T. REID

    1. A.D. McLaren, MB, ChB, FFARCS, DRCOG, M.C. Stockwell. MB, ChB, FFARCS, DRCOG and V.T. Reid, MB, ChB, FFARCS, Senior Registrars, Division of Anaesthesia, Royal Infirmary, Glasgow, G4 OSF.
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  • This article is based on a paper delivered at the Annual Scientific Meeting for Junior Anaesthetists at Cambridge in March 1977.

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