Diagnostic procedures in ICU: bronchoscopy and BAL or tissue?

C. Ravaglia (Forlì, Italy)

Source: Virtual Congress 2020 – Interstitial lung disease patients in the intensive care unit
Session: Interstitial lung disease patients in the intensive care unit
Session type: Hot topics
Number: 5001

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