The pulmonary physician in critical care * Illustrative case 7: Assessment and management of massive haemoptysis

Lordan J L; Gascoigne A; Corris P A
September 2003
Thorax;Sep2003, Vol. 58 Issue 9, p814
Academic Journal
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