Research Article| Volume 10, ISSUE 4, P311-312, May 1979

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Entonox in the emergency department

  • A.K. Marsden
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    Accident and Emergency Department, The General Infirmary, Leeds, U.K.
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      The use of Entonox (BOC Medishield) was examined in a large accident and emergency department and was found to give satisfactory relief from pain in 92 per cent of cases. This compares favourably with reports of its results in other applications.
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