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Journal Scan / Research · January 28, 2021

Lower or Higher Oxygenation Targets for Acute Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure

The New England Journal of Medicine

 

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The New England Journal of Medicine
Lower or Higher Oxygenation Targets for Acute Hypoxemic Respiratory Failure
N. Engl. J. Med 2021 Jan 20;[EPub Ahead of Print], OL Schjørring, TL Klitgaard, A Perner, J Wetterslev, T Lange, M Siegemund, M Bäcklund, F Keus, JH Laake, M Morgan, KM Thormar, SA Rosborg, J Bisgaard, AES Erntgaard, AH Lynnerup, RL Pedersen, E Crescioli, TC Gielstrup, MT Behzadi, LM Poulsen, S Estrup, JP Laigaard, C Andersen, CB Mortensen, BA Brand, J White, IL Jarnvig, MH Møller, L Quist, MH Bestle, M Schønemann-Lund, MK Kamper, M Hindborg, A Hollinger, CE Gebhard, N Zellweger, CS Meyhoff, M Hjort, LK Bech, T Grøfte, H Bundgaard, LHM Østergaard, MA Thyø, T Hildebrandt, B Uslu, CG Sølling, N Møller-Nielsen, AC Brøchner, M Borup, M Okkonen, W Dieperink, UG Pedersen, AS Andreasen, L Buus, TN Aslam, RR Winding, JC Schefold, SB Thorup, SA Iversen, J Engstrøm, MN Kjær, BS Rasmussen

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