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Table 1. Arterial Blood Gases, Esophageal Temperature, and Central Venous Pressure before (T0) and after (T60) Morphine and Fentanyl Administration

Data are mean ± SD. There were no significant differences between groups.

PaO2= arterial partial pressure of oxygen; PaCO2= arterial partial pressure of carbon dioxide; CVP = central venous pressure.

Table 1. Arterial Blood Gases, Esophageal Temperature, and Central Venous Pressure before (T0) and after (T60) Morphine and Fentanyl Administration
Table 1. Arterial Blood Gases, Esophageal Temperature, and Central Venous Pressure before (T0) and after (T60) Morphine and Fentanyl Administration
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