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Cerebral NIRS and superior vena cava ScvO2 should not be compared

Bibliographic reference Momeni, Mona ; Detaille, Thierry ; Matta, Amine ; Rennotte, Marie-Thérèse ; Clement de Clety, Stephan ; et. al. Cerebral NIRS and superior vena cava ScvO2 should not be compared. In: Pediatric anesthesia, Vol. 22, no. 2, p. 179-181 (février 2012)
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