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SYMPOSIUM - ICU & TRAUMA PROCEDURE COMPLICATION

Complications of needle thoracostomy: A comprehensive clinical review

Wernick Brian, Hon Heidi H, Mubang Ronnie N, Cipriano Anthony, Hughes Ronson, Rankin Demicha D, Evans David C, Burfeind William R, Hoey Brian A, Cipolla James, Galwankar Sagar C, Papadimos Thomas J, Stawicki Stanislaw P, Firstenberg Michael S

Year : 2015| Volume: 5| Issue : 3 | Page no: 160-169

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