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A Comparison of Sedation with Ketamine-Midazolam versus Ketamine-Propofol for the Lumbar Puncture in Children
Yu Ra Ko, Woochan Jeon, Jae Ryoung Kwak, Ji Sook Lee
J Korean Soc Emerg Med. 2018;29(1):30-36.   Published online 2018 February 28

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