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Anchoring an anaesthetist

Richard H Riley
Med J Aust 2002; 177 (11): 687-688.
Published online: 9 December 2002

To the Editor: In general, it is unwise for the medical practitioner to stray from those fields in which he or she is trained. To illustrate this point, I report the case of an anaesthetist (me) caring for a patient undergoing general anaesthesia for open repair of a fractured ankle.

  • Richard H Riley


Correspondence: Richard@pobox.com

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