PMID: 3098641Nov 1, 1986

Enteral feeding: techniques of administration

Gut
B J Jones

Abstract

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Mar 3, 2001·The New England Journal of Medicine·P E Marik
May 1, 1996·Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine·M L ChandlerC R Lawoko
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