Clinical case discussion: ERS guidelines on high flow nasal cannula in acute respiratory failure: from the clinical cases to the scientific evidence

R. Scala (Arezzo, Italy), B. Ergan (Izmir, Turkey)

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Lynn McDonnell - 24.02.2022 18:55
I found it quite fast, I would have liked longer to interpret and absorb each slide. It was very informative and very useful though.
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