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Qualitative Research: Qualitative interviews in medical research

Qualitative Research: Qualitative interviews in medical research decrease the effects. a particular be substantial to potential arrhythmogenic Hyper- technique must justify capnia may occur in patients who are breathing any risk. and spontaneously during anaesthesia predispose them to arrhythmias. The patient, in case 3, however, had 1 Reynolds JEF, ed. The extra 30th ed. London: Martindale. pharmacopoeia. been given premedication and had undergone con- Pharmaceutical Press, 1993. 2 Feehan HF, Mancusi-Ungaro A. The use of cocaine as a topical anaesthetic in trolled ventilation avoiding volatile agents. This shows nasal a Plast Reconstr surgery: survey report. Surg 1976;57:62-5. that cardiovascular disturbances can occur even when 3 Johns ME, Henderson RL. Cocaine use by the otolaryngologist: a survey. Transactions of the American of Ophthalmology and Academy Otolaryngology anaesthetic conditions are optimal. 1977;84:969-73. These cases show the difficulties of applying small 4 British Medical Association-Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. British National Formulaty. No 27. London: BMA-RPS, 1994:485. quantities of a highly concentrated paste without 5 Adriani J, Zepernick R. Clinical effectiveness of drugs used for topical exceeding the recommended doses of cocaine. The anesthesia.JAAMA 1964;188:711-8. risks are further compounded by the addition of 6 Lips FJ, O'Reilly J, Close D, Beaumont GD, Clapham M. The effects of formulation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png BMJ British Medical Journal

Qualitative Research: Qualitative interviews in medical research

BMJ , Volume 311 (6999) – Jul 22, 1995

Qualitative Research: Qualitative interviews in medical research

BMJ , Volume 311 (6999) – Jul 22, 1995

Abstract

decrease the effects. a particular be substantial to potential arrhythmogenic Hyper- technique must justify capnia may occur in patients who are breathing any risk. and spontaneously during anaesthesia predispose them to arrhythmias. The patient, in case 3, however, had 1 Reynolds JEF, ed. The extra 30th ed. London: Martindale. pharmacopoeia. been given premedication and had undergone con- Pharmaceutical Press, 1993. 2 Feehan HF, Mancusi-Ungaro A. The use of cocaine as a topical anaesthetic in trolled ventilation avoiding volatile agents. This shows nasal a Plast Reconstr surgery: survey report. Surg 1976;57:62-5. that cardiovascular disturbances can occur even when 3 Johns ME, Henderson RL. Cocaine use by the otolaryngologist: a survey. Transactions of the American of Ophthalmology and Academy Otolaryngology anaesthetic conditions are optimal. 1977;84:969-73. These cases show the difficulties of applying small 4 British Medical Association-Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. British National Formulaty. No 27. London: BMA-RPS, 1994:485. quantities of a highly concentrated paste without 5 Adriani J, Zepernick R. Clinical effectiveness of drugs used for topical exceeding the recommended doses of cocaine. The anesthesia.JAAMA 1964;188:711-8. risks are further compounded by the addition of 6 Lips FJ, O'Reilly J, Close D, Beaumont GD, Clapham M. The effects of formulation

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Publisher
British Medical Journal
Copyright
© 1995 BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.
ISSN
0959-8138
eISSN
1468-5833
DOI
10.1136/bmj.311.6999.251
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Abstract

decrease the effects. a particular be substantial to potential arrhythmogenic Hyper- technique must justify capnia may occur in patients who are breathing any risk. and spontaneously during anaesthesia predispose them to arrhythmias. The patient, in case 3, however, had 1 Reynolds JEF, ed. The extra 30th ed. London: Martindale. pharmacopoeia. been given premedication and had undergone con- Pharmaceutical Press, 1993. 2 Feehan HF, Mancusi-Ungaro A. The use of cocaine as a topical anaesthetic in trolled ventilation avoiding volatile agents. This shows nasal a Plast Reconstr surgery: survey report. Surg 1976;57:62-5. that cardiovascular disturbances can occur even when 3 Johns ME, Henderson RL. Cocaine use by the otolaryngologist: a survey. Transactions of the American of Ophthalmology and Academy Otolaryngology anaesthetic conditions are optimal. 1977;84:969-73. These cases show the difficulties of applying small 4 British Medical Association-Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. British National Formulaty. No 27. London: BMA-RPS, 1994:485. quantities of a highly concentrated paste without 5 Adriani J, Zepernick R. Clinical effectiveness of drugs used for topical exceeding the recommended doses of cocaine. The anesthesia.JAAMA 1964;188:711-8. risks are further compounded by the addition of 6 Lips FJ, O'Reilly J, Close D, Beaumont GD, Clapham M. The effects of formulation

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Published: Jul 22, 1995

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