The Cusum technique: a statistical method for predicting the optimum application time for percutaneous local anaesthesia with a novel formulation

D.F. McCafferty, David Woolfson, K.E. McGowan

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationPrediction of Percutaneous Penetration: Methods, Measurements and Modelling. Vol. 1
EditorsJ. Hadgraft, R.H. Guy, R.C. Scott
PublisherHyperion Books
Pages372-375
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1990

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McCafferty, D. F., Woolfson, D., & McGowan, K. E. (1990). The Cusum technique: a statistical method for predicting the optimum application time for percutaneous local anaesthesia with a novel formulation. In J. Hadgraft, R. H. Guy, & R. C. Scott (Eds.), Prediction of Percutaneous Penetration: Methods, Measurements and Modelling. Vol. 1 (pp. 372-375). Hyperion Books.
McCafferty, D.F. ; Woolfson, David ; McGowan, K.E. / The Cusum technique: a statistical method for predicting the optimum application time for percutaneous local anaesthesia with a novel formulation. Prediction of Percutaneous Penetration: Methods, Measurements and Modelling. Vol. 1. editor / J. Hadgraft ; R.H. Guy ; R.C. Scott. Hyperion Books, 1990. pp. 372-375
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McCafferty, DF, Woolfson, D & McGowan, KE 1990, The Cusum technique: a statistical method for predicting the optimum application time for percutaneous local anaesthesia with a novel formulation. in J Hadgraft, RH Guy & RC Scott (eds), Prediction of Percutaneous Penetration: Methods, Measurements and Modelling. Vol. 1. Hyperion Books, pp. 372-375.

The Cusum technique: a statistical method for predicting the optimum application time for percutaneous local anaesthesia with a novel formulation. / McCafferty, D.F.; Woolfson, David; McGowan, K.E.

Prediction of Percutaneous Penetration: Methods, Measurements and Modelling. Vol. 1. ed. / J. Hadgraft; R.H. Guy; R.C. Scott. Hyperion Books, 1990. p. 372-375.

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McCafferty DF, Woolfson D, McGowan KE. The Cusum technique: a statistical method for predicting the optimum application time for percutaneous local anaesthesia with a novel formulation. In Hadgraft J, Guy RH, Scott RC, editors, Prediction of Percutaneous Penetration: Methods, Measurements and Modelling. Vol. 1. Hyperion Books. 1990. p. 372-375