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Awake ECMO on the move to lung transplantation: serial monitoring of physical condition

J. A. Hermens| S. A. Braithwaite| M. Platenkamp| P. R. Wijnandts| E. A. Van de Graaf| N. P. van der Kaaij| M. De Jong| G. Heijnen| J. Janssen| J. Kesecioglu| D. W. Donker
Letter
Volume 43, Issue 5 / May , 2017

Pages 707 - 708

No abstract available.

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