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Significance of continuous blood gas monitoring in cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass

  • A. Musat (a1), Y. Ouardirhi (a1), J. C. Marty (a1), S. Benkhadran (a1), M. David (a1) and C. Girard (a1)...

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Correspondence to: Andy Musat, Department of Anaesthesia, University Hospital Le Bocage – Dijon, Bd. Marechal de Lattre de Tassigny, 21000 Dijon, France. E-mail: andy_musat@yahoo.fr; Tel: +33 3 80 29 35 28; Fax: +33 3 80 29 35 57

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Significance of continuous blood gas monitoring in cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass

  • A. Musat (a1), Y. Ouardirhi (a1), J. C. Marty (a1), S. Benkhadran (a1), M. David (a1) and C. Girard (a1)...

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