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Savarese JJ, Ali HH, Basta SJ, Embree PB, Scott RP, Sunder N, Weakly JN, Wastila WB, el-Sayad HA.  1988.  The clinical neuromuscular pharmacology of mivacurium chloride (BW B1090U). A short-acting nondepolarizing ester neuromuscular blocking drug.. Anesthesiology. 68(5):723-32.
Lebowitz PW, Ramsey FM, Savarese JJ, Ali HH, deBros FM.  1981.  Combination of pancuronium and metocurine: neuromuscular and hemodynamic advantages over pancuronium alone.. Anesth Analg. 60(1):12-7.
Donlon JV, Savarese JJ, Ali HH.  1979.  Cumulative dose-response curves for gallamine: effect of altered resting thumb tension and mode of stimulation.. Anesth Analg. 58(5):377-81.
Ali HH, Savarese JJ.  1976.  Monitoring of neuromuscular function.. Anesthesiology. 45(2):216-49.
Mitchell MM, Ali HH, Savarese JJ.  1978.  Myotonia and neuromuscular blocking agents.. Anesthesiology. 49(1):44-8.
Dresner DL, Basta SJ, Ali HH, Schwartz AF, Embree PB, Wargin WA, Lai AA, Brady KA, Savarese JJ.  1990.  Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics of doxacurium in young and elderly patients during isoflurane anesthesia.. Anesth Analg. 71(5):498-502.
Goldhill DR, Embree PB, Ali HH, Savarese JJ.  1988.  Reversal of pancuronium. Neuromuscular and cardiovascular effects of a mixture of neostigmine and glycopyrronium.. Anaesthesia. 43(6):443-6.
Ali HH, Savarese JJ.  1980.  Stimulus frequency and dose-respone curve to d-tubocurarine in man.. Anesthesiology. 52(1):36-9.
Savarese JJ, Ali HH, Murphy JD, Padget C, Lee CM, Ponitz J.  1975.  Train-of-four nerve stimulation in the management of prolonged neuromuscular blockade following succinylcholine.. Anesthesiology. 42(1):106-11.
Ali HH, Savarese JJ, Lebowitz PW, Ramsey FM.  1981.  Twitch, tetanus and train-of-four as indices of recovery from nondepolarizing neuromuscular blockade.. Anesthesiology. 54(4):294-7.