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Нозокомиальная пневмония у взрослых: национальные рекомендации

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Авдеев С.Н., Белобородов В.Б., Белоцерковский Б.З., Галстян Г.М., Гельфанд Б.Р., Дехнич А.В., Климко Н.Н., Козлов Р.С., Левит А.Л., Мишнёв О.Д., Полушин Ю.С., Проценко Д.Н., Решедько Г.К., Руднов В.А., Сидоренко C.В., Синопальников А.И., Чучалин А.Г., Щёголев А.И., Яковлев С.В., Ярошецкий А.И. Нозокомиальная пневмония у взрослых: национальные рекомендации. Пульмонология. 2009;(6):9-43. https://doi.org/10.18093/0869-0189-2009-6-9-43

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