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Cough augmentation with mechanical insufflation/exsufflation in patients with neuromuscular weakness
Chatwin M., Ross E., Hart N., Nickol A.H., Polkey M.I., Simonds A.K.
Eur Respir J 2003; 21: 502-508
Paediatric lung diseases, Respiratory critical care
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