lirk

lirk

(lɜːk)
vb (intr)
(of the skin) to wrinkle or fold
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Tener en cuenta estos elementos repercute directamente en la seguridad del paciente y en la prevencion de complicaciones durante o despues de la puncion (Lirk et al., 2004).
Lirk, P.; Keller, C.; Colvin, J.; Colvin, H.; Rieder, J.; Maurer, H.
Keller C, Brimacombe J, Bittersohl J, Lirk P, von Goedecke A.
[6.] Lirk P, Haller I, Myers RR, Klimaschewski L, Kau YC, Hung YC, Gerner P: Mitigation of direct neurotoxic effects of lidocaine and amitriptyline by inhibition of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase in vitro and in vivo.
Lirk, "Failed epidural: causes and management," British Journal of Anaesthesia, vol.
A patient's normal repositioning can result in movement of a catheter (Hermanides, Hollman, Stevens, & Lirk, 2012), providing an important reason for frequent site assessment.
The efficacy results are consistent with other study findings and show that a combination of paracetamol and ibuprofen offers superior analgesia compared with either drug alone, in different surgical populations (Ong, Seymour, Lirk, & Merry, 2011).