Respiratory Controversies in the Critical Care Setting. When Caring for Critically Ill Patients, Do Clinicians Have a Responsibility to Be Innovative and Try Unproven Approaches When Accepted Approaches Are Failing?
Rubin, Bruce K.
Steinberg, Kenneth P.
Respiratory Care 2007 April; 52(4): 408-415
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