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- High flow nasal cannula outside the ICU provides optimal care and maximizes hospital resources for patients with multiple rib fractures.Injury. 2022; 53 ([Internet]Available from): 2967-2973
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Published online: November 28, 2022
Accepted: November 26, 2022
Carlos A Pelaez, Julie A Jackson, Mikayla Y Hamilton, Christopher R Omerza, Jeannette M Capella, Matthew W Trump
Published online: May 19, 2022. Accepted: May 4, 2022. Edited by Mr. I. Civil.
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