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Risk of over-diagnosis of hypotension in children: a comparative analysis of over 50,000 blood pressure measurements

Samiran Ray| Libby Rogers| David P. Noren| Ranjana Dhar| Simon Nadel| Mark J. Peters| David P. Inwald
Letter
Volume 43, Issue 10 / October , 2017

Pages 1540 - 1541

No abstract available.

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