Handbook of critical care
James L. Berk, James E. Sampliner
Little, Brown, 1990 - Medical - 812 pages
(2E 1982) Includes in situ monitoring of organs/mgmt of cor- onary occlusions/sepsis syndrome/mgmt of immunodef. patient.
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Design of the Intensive Care Unit
Multiple 0rgan Failure
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