The Good Oxygen, the Bad Brain, and the Ugly Hypoxia

S., Reize; S., Livesay; S., Styron; M., Mokracek; A., Angeles; A., Agudelo
April 2008
Critical Care Nurse;Apr2008, Vol. 28 Issue 2, pe31
Academic Journal
An abstract of the study "The Good Oxygen, the Bad Brain, and the Ugly Hypoxia," by S. Reize, S. Livesay, S. Styron, M. Mokracek, A. Angeles and A. Agudelo is presented.


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