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Method of water nebulization used to prevent heat loss during laparoscopic surgery matters

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Presthus, J.B., Jacobs, V.R. & Redan, J.A. Method of water nebulization used to prevent heat loss during laparoscopic surgery matters. Surg Endosc 23, 1678–1679 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00464-009-0457-8

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Keywords

  • Core Temperature
  • Temperature Loss
  • Normal Body Temperature
  • Temperature Swing
  • Temperature Standard Deviation