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Proc R Soc Med. 1974 October; 67(10): 992–994.
PMCID: PMC1646107

Anaesthetic pollution and its prevention.

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  • Hawkins TJ. Atmospheric pollution in operating theatres. A review and a report on the use of reuseable activated charcoal canisters. Anaesthesia. 1973 Sep;28(5):490–500. [PubMed]
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