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Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia

, Volume 34, Supplement 1, pp S51–S54 | Cite as

Intracranial pressure and the anaesthetist

  • David P. Archer
Article

Keywords

Halothane Intracranial Pressure Cerebral Perfusion Pressure Respiratory Alkalosis Brain Shift 
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© Canadian Anaesthesiologists 1987

Authors and Affiliations

  • David P. Archer
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of AnaesthesiaMontreal Neurological Hospital, McGill UniversityMontreal, QuebecCanada

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