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2012

Erb, Thomas O. and Frei, Franz J. and Moll, Jens. (2012) The anesthesiologist's role assessing the individual patient's risk/benefit. Anesthesia and analgesia, Vol. 114, H. 2. S. 476.

2011

Zutter, A. and Frei, F. J.. (2011) [Uncooperative children during induction of anesthesia: theory and practice]. Der Anästhesist, Vol. 60, H. 8. S. 743-750.

2010

Erb, Thomas O. and von Ungern-Sternberg, Britta S. and Keller, Kathrin and Rosner, Gary L. and Craig, Damian and Frei, Franz J.. (2010) Fentanyl does not reduce the incidence of laryngospasm in children anesthetized with sevoflurane. Anesthesiology, Vol. 113, H. 1. S. 41-47.

2008

Jordi Ritz, E. M. and Von Ungern Sternberg, B. S. and Keller, K. and Frei, F. J. and Erb, T. O.. (2008) The impact of head position on the cuff and tube tip position of preformed oral tracheal tubes in young children. Anaesthesia, Vol. 63. S. 604-609.

2007

von Ungern-Sternberg, Britta S. and Regli, Adrian and Frei, Franz J. and Ritz, Eva-Maria Jordi and Hammer, Jürg and Schibler, Andreas and Erb, Thomas O.. (2007) A deeper level of ketamine anesthesia does not affect functional residual capacity and ventilation distribution in healthy preschool children. Pediatric anesthesia, Vol. 17, no. 12. S. 1150-1155.

von Ungern-Sternberg, Britta S. and Regli, Adrian and Frei, Franz J. and Hammer, Jürg and Jordi Ritz, Eva-Maria and Erb, Thomas O.. (2007) Decrease in functional residual capacity and ventilation homogeneity after neuromuscular blockade in anesthetized preschool children in the lateral position. Pediatric anesthesia, Vol. 17, no. 9. S. 841-845.

von Ungern-Sternberg, Britta S. and Hammer, Jürg and Frei, Franz J. and Jordi Ritz, Eva-Maria and Schibler, Andreas and Erb, Thomas O.. (2007) Prone equals prone? : impact of positioning techniques on respiratory function in anesthetized and paralyzed healthy children. Intensive care medicine, Vol. 33, no. 10. S. 1771-1777.