Neonatal ventilation techniques – which is best for prematurely born infants?

Journal Title: Archives of Medical Science - Year 2008, Vol 4, Issue 2


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Anne Greenough, Deena-Shefali Patel


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Anne Greenough, Deena-Shefali Patel (2008). Neonatal ventilation techniques – which is best for prematurely born infants?. Archives of Medical Science, 4(2), 116-121.