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Impact of n-3 fatty acid supplemented parenteral nutrition on haemostasis patterns after major abdominal surgery

  • A. R. Heller (a1), S. Fischer (a1), T. Rössel (a1), S. Geiger (a1), G. Siegert (a2), M. Ragaller (a1), T. Zimmermann (a3) and T. Koch (a1)...
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*Corresponding author: Dr A. R. Heller MD, fax +49 351/458 4336, email heller-a@rcs.urz.tu-dresden.de

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Impact of n-3 fatty acid supplemented parenteral nutrition on haemostasis patterns after major abdominal surgery

  • A. R. Heller (a1), S. Fischer (a1), T. Rössel (a1), S. Geiger (a1), G. Siegert (a2), M. Ragaller (a1), T. Zimmermann (a3) and T. Koch (a1)...

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