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Treatment of acute hypernatremia in severely burned patients using continuous veno–venous hemofiltration with gradient sodium replacement fluid: a report of nine cases

Chen Huang| Peng Zhang| Rui Du| Yangping Li| Yan Yu| Meilan Zhou| Rui Jing| Li Li| Yong Zheng| Hanmin Wang| Hongbao Liu| Lijie He| Shiren Sun
Correspondence
Volume 39, Issue 8 / August , 2013

Pages 1495 - 1496

No abstract available.

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