Short term effect of oxygen on renal haemodynamics in patients with hypoxaemic chronic obstructive airways disease

Baudouin, S V; Bott, J; Ward, A; Deane, C; Moxham, J
July 1992
Thorax;Jul1992, Vol. 47 Issue 7, p550
Academic Journal
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