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Физическая терапия у взрослых больных с критическими состояниями: клинические рекомендации по физической терапии критически тяжелых больных рабочей группы Европейского респираторного общества и Европейского общества интенсивной терапии

https://doi.org/10.18093/0869-0189-2009-2-21-31

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Р. Госселинк

Россия


Дж. Ботт

Россия


М. Джонсон

Россия


Е. Дин

Россия


С. Нава

Россия


М. Норренберг

Россия


Б. Шенхофер

Россия


К. Стиллер

Россия


Х. Ван Де Ле

Россия


Дж.Л. Винсент

Россия


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Госселинк Р., Ботт Д., Джонсон М., Дин Е., Нава С., Норренберг М., Шенхофер Б., Стиллер К., Ван Де Ле Х., Винсент Д. Физическая терапия у взрослых больных с критическими состояниями: клинические рекомендации по физической терапии критически тяжелых больных рабочей группы Европейского респираторного общества и Европейского общества интенсивной терапии . Пульмонология. 2009;(2):21-31. https://doi.org/10.18093/0869-0189-2009-2-21-31

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