Life Support Systems in Intensive Care: A Review of History, Ethics, Cost, Benefit, and Rationale Use
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care 1977 August; 5(3): 251-257
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Life Support Systems in Intensive Care: A Review of History, Ethics, Cost, Benefit and Rational Use Phillips, G.D (1977-08)
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