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Factors associated with noninvasive ventilation response in the first day of therapy in patients with hypercapnic respiratory failure

Gursel Gul, Aydogdu Muge, Tasyurek Secil, Gulbas Gazi, Özkaya Sevket, Nazik Sakine, Demir Ayse

Year : 2012| Volume: 7| Issue : 2 | Page no: 92-97

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