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Intra-hospital transport of critically ill patients: minimising risk

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Shirley, P.J., Bion, J.F. Intra-hospital transport of critically ill patients: minimising risk. Intensive Care Med 30, 1508–1510 (2004). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-004-2293-6

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  • Intensive Care Medicine
  • Standard Document
  • Anonymous Reporting
  • Care Training Programme
  • Transport Ventilator