Alveolar partial pressures of carbon dioxide and oxygen measured by a helium washout technique

Jordanoglou, J; Tatsis, G; Danos, J; Gougoulakis, S; Orfanidou, D; Gaga, M
July 1990
Thorax;Jul1990, Vol. 45 Issue 7, p520
Academic Journal
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