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Case Report, Volume 6, Issue 4
Management Considerations in Complicated Peripartum Cardiomyopathy

Linda He, BA, MS, Azfar Niazi, MD and Sabry Ayad, MD, MBA

He L, Niazi A, Ayad S. Management Considerations in Complicated Peripartum Cardiomyopathy. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):136-140

Review Article, Volume 6, Issue 4
Is There Still a Role for Succinylcholine in Contemporary Clinical Practice?

Christian Bohringer, Hana Moua and Hong Liu

Bohringer C, Moua H, Liu H. Is There Still a Role for Succinylcholine in Contemporary Clinical Practice?. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):129-135

Review Article, Volume 6, Issue 4
Implications of Chronic Opioid Therapy on Perioperative Complications and Long-Term Surgical Recovery

Da Liu MD, PhD, Matthew DiMeglio MBA, Michael DiMartino, Jihane Hajj DNP, Maria Mukhanova, Karima Rai, Mazell Winikor MD, Krzysztof Laudanski MD, PhD, MA, FCCM

Liu D, DiMeglio M, DiMartino M, Hajj J, Mukhanova M, et al. Implications of Chronic Opioid Therapy on Perioperative Complications and Long-Term Surgical Recovery. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):120-128

Mini-review, Volume 6, Issue 4
Salvinorin A as a Potential Medication for Stroke

John Grothusen, PhD and Renyu Liu, MD, PhD

Grothusen J, Liu R. Salvinorin A as a Potential Medication for Stroke. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):115-119

Original Research Article, Volume 6, Issue 4
BIX01294, a G9a Inhibitor, Alleviates Nerve Injury-induced Pain Hypersensitivities during Both Development and Maintenance Periods

Lingli Liang, Jian-Yuan Zhao, Ticehurst Kathryn, Alex Bekker and Yuan-Xiang Tao

Liang L, Jian-Yuan Z, Kathryn T, Bekker A, Yuan- Xiang T. BIX01294, a G9a Inhibitor, Alleviates Nerve Injury-induced Pain Hypersensitivities during Both Development and Maintenance Periods. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):106-114

Perspective, Volume 6, Issue 4
Does Size Matter? The Rationale for Centralising Acute Stroke Care into a Smaller Number of Larger Units

Anthony Rudd, FRCP

Rudd A. Does Size Matter? The Rationale for Centralising Acute Stroke Care into a Smaller Number of Larger Units. Transl Perioper & Pain Med 2019; 6 (4):104-105

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