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Transpulmonary pressure targets for open lung and protective ventilation: one size does not fit all

Transpulmonary pressure targets for open lung and protective ventilation: one size does not fit all

Intensive Care Medicine 38(9): 1565-6; Author Reply 1567-8

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PMID: 22847221

DOI: 10.1007/s00134-012-2630-0

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