0.2% Ropivacaine epidurally provides better analgesia and recovery than general anesthesia for patients undergoing oncological mastectomy

N. W. Doss, J. Ipe, T. Crimi, S. Rajpal, S. Cohen, R. J. Fogler, R. Michael, J. Gintautas

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