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Year in review in Intensive Care Medicine 2013: I. Acute kidney injury, ultrasound, hemodynamics, cardiac arrest, transfusion, neurocritical care, and nutrition

Giuseppe Citerio| Jan Bakker| Matteo Bassetti| Dominique Benoit| Maurizio Cecconi| J. Randall Curtis| Glenn Hernandez| Margaret Herridge| Samir Jaber| Michael Joannidis| Laurent Papazian| Mark Peters| Pierre Singer| Martin Smith| Marcio Soares| Antoni Torres| Antoine Vieillard-Baron| Jean-François Timsit| Elie Azoulay
Year in Review 2013
Volume 40, Issue 2 / February , 2014

Pages 147 - 159

No abstract available.

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