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Magnet guidance reduces misplacement of subclavian vein catheter in internal jugular vein

Shunpeng Xing| Daxiang Wen| Ling Zhu| Jiemin Wang| Zhe Li| Liqun Yang| Yuan Gao
Letter
Volume 43, Issue 5 / May , 2017

Pages 711 - 712

No abstract available.

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