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Severe masseter spasms in a Rett syndrome during rapid sequence intubation: A succinylcholine severe side effect
Jerome Rambaud, Renolleau Sylvain
Citation Information :
Rambaud J, Sylvain R. Severe masseter spasms in a Rett syndrome during rapid sequence intubation: A succinylcholine severe side effect. Indian J Crit Care Med 2015; 19 (9):563-564.
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