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The effect of the arterial oxygenation level on cardiac output, oxygen extraction, and oxygen consumption in mechanically ventilated LBW infants



The effect of the arterial oxygenation level on cardiac output, oxygen extraction, and oxygen consumption in mechanically ventilated LBW infants



Pediatric Research 35(4 PART 2): 253A




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