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Near-infrared spectroscopy during stagnant ischemia estimates central venous oxygen saturation and mixed venous oxygen saturation discrepancy in patients with severe left heart failure and additional sepsis/septic shock

By Hugo Možina and Matej Podbregar
Topics: Research
Publisher: BioMed Central
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