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Lien CA, Belmont MR, Abalos A, Eppich L, Quessy S, Abou-Donia MM, Savarese JJ.  1995.  The cardiovascular effects and histamine-releasing properties of 51W89 in patients receiving nitrous oxide/opioid/barbiturate anesthesia.. Anesthesiology. 82(5):1131-8.
Savarese JJ, Lien CA, Belmont MR, Rubin L.  1995.  The clinical and basic pharmacology of mivacurium: a short-acting nondepolarizing benzylisoquinolinium diester neuromuscular blocking drug.. Acta Anaesthesiol Scand Suppl. 106:18-22.
Belmont MR, Lien CA, Quessy S, Abou-Donia MM, Abalos A, Eppich L, Savarese JJ.  1995.  The clinical neuromuscular pharmacology of 51W89 in patients receiving nitrous oxide/opioid/barbiturate anesthesia.. Anesthesiology. 82(5):1139-45.
Savarese JJ, Lien CA, Belmont MR, Wastila WB.  1997.  [The clinical pharmacology of new benzylisoquinoline-diester compounds, with special consideration of cisatracurium and mivacurium].. Anaesthesist. 46(10):840-9.
Lien CA.  1999.  Combining non-depolarizing neuromuscular blocking agents: synergism, addition or antagonism? Curr Opin Anaesthesiol. 12(4):467-71.
Jellish WS, Lien CA, Fontenot HJ, Hall R.  1996.  The comparative effects of sevoflurane versus propofol in the induction and maintenance of anesthesia in adult patients.. Anesth Analg. 82(3):479-85.
Lien CA, Hemmings HC, Belmont MR, Abalos A, Hollmann C, Kelly RE.  1996.  A comparison: the efficacy of sevoflurane-nitrous oxide or propofol-nitrous oxide for the induction and maintenance of general anesthesia.. J Clin Anesth. 8(8):639-43.