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Extremely high transpulmonary pressure in a spontaneously breathing patient with early severe ARDS on ECMO

Tommaso Mauri| Thomas Langer| Alberto Zanella| Giacomo Grasselli| Antonio Pesenti
Volume 42, Issue 12 / December , 2016

Pages 2101 - 2103

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