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High-flow oxygen via tracheostomy improves oxygenation in patients weaning from mechanical ventilation: a randomised crossover study

Amanda Corley| Melannie Edwards| Amy J. Spooner| Kimble R. Dunster| Chris Anstey| John F. Fraser
Letter
Volume 43, Issue 3 / March , 2017

Pages 465 - 467

No abstract available.

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