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Pneumatic systems facilitating treatment of respiratory insufficiency with alternative use of intermittent positive pressure ventilation positive end expiratory pressure high frequency positive pressure ventilation positive end expiratory pressure continuous positive pressure breathing continuous positive pressure breathing in the adult



Pneumatic systems facilitating treatment of respiratory insufficiency with alternative use of intermittent positive pressure ventilation positive end expiratory pressure high frequency positive pressure ventilation positive end expiratory pressure continuous positive pressure breathing continuous positive pressure breathing in the adult



Acta Anaesthesiologica Scandinavica Supplementum: 3-147




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