Experience with high-flow nasal oxygen therapy in COVID-19 patients on a regular internal medicine ward

M. Hofer (Winterthur, Switzerland), M. Schmiedskamp (Winterthur, Switzerland), S. Rezek (Winterthur, Switzerland), N. Ott (Winterthur, Switzerland), I. Unger (Winterthur, Switzerland), G. Volk (Winterthur, Switzerland), J. Hetzel (Winterthur, Switzerland)

Source: Virtual Congress 2021 – Acute non-invasive respiratory therapies in COVID-19 and beyond
Session: Acute non-invasive respiratory therapies in COVID-19 and beyond
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Number: 1760

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