Capillary blood gases

I. Steenbruggen, J. Makonga, J. van Dijk (Zwolle, The Netherlands)

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- 07.05.2014 23:27
Capillary blood gases from the finger tip are defintetly obsolete. Arterialiesed ear lobe sampling schould be the standard!
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