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How to Manage Pulmonary Contusion

  • B. Kremžar
  • A. Špec-Marn
Conference paper

Abstract

Pulmonary contusion is a blunt parenchymal injury and the most frequent lung injury resulting from nonpenetrating chest trauma.

Keywords

Lung Injury Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome Pulmonary Contusion Surfactant Therapy Airway Pressure Release Ventilation 
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  • B. Kremžar
  • A. Špec-Marn

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