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A.Yu. Kulikov

St. Petersburg State University’s Hospital

V.A. Makarin

St. Petersburg State University’s Hospital

O.V. Kuleshov

St. Petersburg State University’s Hospital;
Mechnikov North Western State Medical University

M.A. Alekseev

St. Petersburg State University’s Hospital

S.M. Efremov

St. Petersburg State University’s Hospital

R.A. Chernikov

St. Petersburg State University’s Hospital

Yu.N. Fedotov

St. Petersburg State University’s Hospital;
Mechnikov North Western State Medical University

Lidocaine in thyroid and parathyroid surgery with intraoperative emg-monitoring — to use or to forbid?

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A.Yu. Kulikov, V.A. Makarin, O.V. Kuleshov, M.A. Alekseev, S.M. Efremov, R.A. Chernikov, Yu.N. Fedotov

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To cite this article:

Kulikov AYu, Makarin VA, Kuleshov OV, Alekseev MA, Efremov SM, Chernikov RA, Fedotov YuN. Lidocaine in thyroid and parathyroid surgery with intraoperative emg-monitoring — to use or to forbid? Russian Journal of Anesthesiology and Reanimatology. 2022;(3):40‑45. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/anaesthesiology202203140

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