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The calculation of mechanical power is not suitable for intra-patient monitoring under pressure-controlled ventilation

Zhanqi Zhao| Inez Frerichs| Huaiwu He| Yun Long| Knut Möller| Ary Serpa Neto| Marcus J. Schultz
Correspondence
Online First ™ - February , 2019

Pages 1 - 2

No abstract available.

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