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Dynamic behavior of venous collapsibility and central venous pressure during standardized crystalloid bolus: A prospective, observational, pilot study

Stawicki Stanislaw P, Kent Alistair, Patil Prabhav, Jones Christian, Stoltzfus Jill C, Vira Amar, Kelly Nicholas, Springer Andrew N, Vazquez Daniel, Evans David C, Papadimos Thomas J, Bahner David P

Year : 2015| Volume: 5| Issue : 2 | Page no: 80-84

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