Haemodynamic effects of altering arterial oxygen saturation in preterm infants with respiratory failure

Skinner, Jonathan R.; Hunter, Stewart; Poets, Christian F.; Milligan, David W. A.; Southall, David; Hey, Edmund N.
March 1999
Archives of Disease in Childhood -- Fetal & Neonatal Edition;Mar1999, pF81
Academic Journal
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