PMID: 5333992Jan 1, 1967Paper

Intermittent positive pressure ventilation in severe asthma. Mechanical effects on the circulation

Anaesthesia
M AmbiavagarD V Roberts

Abstract

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References

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Citations

Apr 1, 1967·Postgraduate Medical Journal·W D Riding, M Ambiavagar
Jan 1, 1971·Saishin igaku. Modern medicine·S MitsuiH Oshima
Jan 1, 1971·Thorax·R F Gunstone
Feb 3, 1968·The Medical Journal of Australia·F B Clarke, B S Clifton

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