Pneumatoceles and pneumothoraces complicating staphylococcal pneumonia: treatment by synchronous independent lung ventilation

Lohse, A W; Klein, O; Hermann, E; Löhr, H; Kreitner, K F; Steppling, H; Meyer zum Büschenfelde, K H; Staritz, M
May 1993
Thorax;May1993, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p578
Academic Journal
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