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Year in review in intensive care medicine. 2005. I. Acute respiratory failure and acute lung injury, ventilation, hemodynamics, education, renal failureOpen access

Peter Andrews| Elie Azoulay| Massimo Antonelli| Laurent Brochard| Christian Brun-Buisson| Daniel de Backer| Geoffrey Dobb| Jean-Yves Fagon| Herwig Gerlach| Johan Groeneveld| Jordi Mancebo| Philipp Metnitz| Stefano Nava| Jerome Pugin| Michael Pinsky| Peter Radermacher| Christian Richard| Robert Tasker
Year in Review 2005
Volume 32, Issue 2 / February , 2006

Pages 207 - 216

No abstract available.

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