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Quo vadis, “high frequency ventilation”?

  • M. Wendt
  • J. Hansen
  • U. Schneider
  • P. Lawin
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Zusammenfassung

Die Beatmung mit hohen Frequenzen wurde besonders von Klain derart propagiert, daß sich viele Ärzte ohne derartige Geräte schon mangelhaft ausgestattet, ja medizinisch nicht up to date empfanden.

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  • M. Wendt
  • J. Hansen
  • U. Schneider
  • P. Lawin

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