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Interpretation of the washout curve for intrapulmonary nitrogen obtained by inhalation of pure oxygen in normal subjects and in patients with chronic bronchitis



Interpretation of the washout curve for intrapulmonary nitrogen obtained by inhalation of pure oxygen in normal subjects and in patients with chronic bronchitis



Le Poumon et le Coeur 28(3): 115-129




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