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Cardiogenic shock following administration of propofol and fentanyl in a healthy woman: a case report

By Alfredo Renilla González, Iñigo Lozano Martinez-Luengas, , Sandra Secades González, Irene Álvarez Pichel, Paloma Álvarez Martinez, Elena Santamarta Liébana and Beatriz Díaz Molina
Topics: Case Report
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