TFECC 2003: Speakers

January 2004
Perfusion;Jan2004 Supplement 1, Vol. 19, p3
Academic Journal
Profiles doctors and speakers at the 2003 TFECC. S. Sen of the Institute of Hepatology at the University College London, England; M.S. Chew from the Department of Anesthesia and Intensive Care Unit at the Lund University Hospital in Sweden; F.D. Rubens from the Division of Cardiac Surgery at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute; S. Gunaydin from the Numune Training and Research Hospital.


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