High flow nasal cannula (HFNC) vs. non-invasive ventilation in OHS with severe pneumonia patients: A prospectivestudy

Lishun Yue (Beijing, China), BoXue Han, Maoliang Tian, Jinqing Chang, Hui Liu, Yan Hao, Guofeng Hou, Banghe Li

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