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Is it possible to obtain Frank–Starling curves in the intensive care unit?

By FS Machado, ACKB Amaral, MC Souza, GL Büchele, ACB Sogayar, GL Oliveira, CJ Fernandes, V Michels, E Silva and E Knobel
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Publisher: BioMed Central
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