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Measurement of Flow in Large Veins By the Continuous Thermodilution Method

Bibliographic reference Louagie, Yves ; Van Bogaert, Eric ; Salliez, A. ; Bachy, JL. ; Lambotte, Luc. Measurement of Flow in Large Veins By the Continuous Thermodilution Method. In: Research in Experimental Medicine, Vol. 186, no. 2, p. 133-139 (1986)
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