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Risk factors of percutaneous cannulation failure by intensivists for veno-arterial extracorporeal life support for refractory cardiac arrest

V. Chhor| A. Follin| J. Joachim| B. Champigneulle| J. Chatelon| G. Favé| A. Neuschwander| J. Mantz| Romain Pirracchio
Letter
Volume 43, Issue 11 / November , 2017

Pages 1742 - 1744

No abstract available.

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