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Zasady stosowania interwencji żywieniowej na oddziale intensywnej terapii ― aktualny stan wiedzy

Mirosław Czuczwar, Jacek Sobocki, Katarzyna Matysiak-Luśnia, Kinga Szczepanek, Stanisław Kłęk

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Zasady stosowania interwencji żywieniowej na oddziale intensywnej terapii ― aktualny stan wiedzy

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Anaesthesiology Intensive Therapy

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Vol 50, Supp. I (2018)

Authors

Mirosław Czuczwar
Jacek Sobocki
Katarzyna Matysiak-Luśnia
Kinga Szczepanek
Stanisław Kłęk

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