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Tissue hypoxia : How to detect, how to correct, how to prevent?

C. Richard
Consensus Report - 3rd European Consensus Conference in Intensive Care Medicine Organized by the Société de Réanimation de Langue Française Co-Sponsored by the American Thoracic Society in Conjunction with the European Society of Intensive Care Medicine
Volume 22, Issue 11 / November , 1996

Pages 1250 - 1257

No abstract available.

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