Regional Anesthesia for Antipersonnel Landmines: A Military Hospital Experience in Colombia
Camilo Eduardo Velez-Escobar, Dora Milena Muñoz-Barrios, Norton Perez
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Velez-Escobar CE, Muñoz-Barrios DM, Perez N. Regional Anesthesia for Antipersonnel Landmines: A Military Hospital Experience in Colombia. Panam J Trauma Crit Care Emerg Surg 2014; 3 (3):132-138.
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