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Evaluation of Oxygen-uptake and Delivery in Critically Ill Patients - a Statistical Reappraisal

Bibliographic reference Hanique, G. ; Dugernier, T. ; Laterre, Pierre-François ; Roeseler, Jean ; Dougnac, A. ; et. al. Evaluation of Oxygen-uptake and Delivery in Critically Ill Patients - a Statistical Reappraisal. In: Intensive Care Medicine, Vol. 20, no. 1, p. 19-26 (1994)
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