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Promotility agents during critical illness: Which drug and when to administer?

Bibliographic reference Dive, Alain-Michel. Promotility agents during critical illness: Which drug and when to administer?. In: Reanimation, Vol. 20, no.4, p. 319-326 (2011)
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