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Evidence supports the superiority of closed ICUs for patients and families: we are not sure

B. Guidet| N. Kentish-Barnes| H. Wunsch
Editorial
Volume 43, Issue 1 / January , 2017

Pages 128 - 130

No abstract available.

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