PMID: 4611351Oct 1, 1974Paper

Distending pressure in infants with respiratory distress syndrome

Archives of Disease in Childhood
J D Baum, N R Roberton


No abstract listed.


Feb 3, 1973·Lancet·P C EtchesW J Moore
Aug 11, 1973·Lancet·P VertM Sibout
Oct 13, 1973·Lancet·P M DunnC N Storrs
Aug 9, 1973·The New England Journal of Medicine·V Chernick
Jun 17, 1971·The New England Journal of Medicine·G A GregoryW K Hamilton


Apr 25, 1979·European Journal of Pediatrics·N W SvenningsenH Ahlström
Aug 28, 1975·The New England Journal of Medicine·R M CowettW Oh
Nov 1, 1975·Archives of Disease in Childhood·P A BarrJ D Baum
Jun 1, 1975·Archives of Disease in Childhood·V Y YuN R Robertson
Jan 1, 1976·Archives of Disease in Childhood·H AhlströmN W Svenningsen
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Nov 1, 1979·Archives of Disease in Childhood·N R Roberton
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