|CrossRef Text and Data Mining|
|Result of CrossRef Text and Data Mining Search is the related articles with entitled article. If you click link1 or link2 you will be able to reach the full text site of selected articles; however, some links do not show the full text immediately at now. If you click CrossRef Text and Data Mining Download icon, you will be able to get whole list of articles from literature included in CrossRef Text and Data Mining.|
|Patient-Controlled Sedation versus Nurse-Administered Sedation with Propofol during Colonoscopy|
|Clin Endosc. 2005;31(1):32-38. Published online 2005 July 30|
Tu1159 NURSE ADMINISTERED PROPOFOL SEDATION (NAPS) VERSUS ON-CALL ANESTHESIOLOGIST ADMINISTERED PROPOFOL SEDATION (OAPS) IN ELECTIVE COLONOSCOPY
Nurse Administered Propofol Sedation (NAPS) versus On-call Anesthesiologist Administered Propofol Sedation (OAPS) in Elective Colonoscopy
A prospective, randomized, comparative trial evaluating respiratory depression during patient-controlled versus anesthesiologist-administered propofol-remifentanil sedation for elective colonoscopy
Randomized controlled trial of patient-controlled sedation for colonoscopy: Entonox vs modified patient-maintained target-controlled propofol
Patient-Controlled Propofol for Sedation in Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography: An Alternative to Anesthesia-Administered Sedation?
Sa1094 Nurse-Administered Propofol Sedation for Outpatient Colonoscopy
Randomised Controlled Trial of Patient Controlled Sedation for Colonoscopy: Entonox Versus Patient Maintained Target Controlled Propofol
Registered nurse-administered propofol sedation for endoscopy
Su1494 Moderate Sedation Compared With Anesthesiology Administered Propofol Sedation in Polyp and Adenoma Detection During Screening Colonoscopy
Propofol Sedation in Colonoscopy: Bolus Administered By a Nurse (BAN) Vs Pump Continuous Infusion (PCI) Controlled By the Endoscopist. It Is Possible to Replace the Nurse?
|This metadata service is kindly provided by CrossRef from May 29, 2014. Clin Endosc has participated in CrossRef Text and Data Mining service since March 1, 2015.|