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An appraisal of ketamine in the dressing of burns
  1. C. M. Ward,
  2. A. W. Diamond


    The use of ketamine to provide anaesthesia for the dressing and application of graft to burned patients has been assessed. In a small number of severely burned patients, it was found to be most satisfactory provided that the circumstances in which it was used were carefully controlled.

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