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Ten concerns about blood pressure measurement and targets in paediatric sepsis

Matko Marlais| Mark D. Lyttle| David Inwald
What's New in Intensive Care
Volume 43, Issue 3 / March , 2017

Pages 433 - 435

No abstract available.

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