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External confirmation and exploration of the Kigali modification for diagnosing moderate or severe ARDS

Veronica Vercesi| Luigi Pisani| Patricia S. I. van Tongeren| Wim K. Lagrand| Stije J. Leopold| Mischa M. A. Huson| Patricia C. Henwood| Andrew Walden| Marry Smit| Elisabeth D. Riviello| Paolo Pelosi| Arjen M. Dondorp| Marcus J. Schultz
Volume 44, Issue 4 / April , 2018

Pages 523 - 524

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