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Reliability in measuring adequacy of sedation of mechanically ventilated pediatric critical care patients superiority of the comfort scale



Reliability in measuring adequacy of sedation of mechanically ventilated pediatric critical care patients superiority of the comfort scale



Pharmacotherapy 11(3): 270




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