Vol 94, No 3 (2023)
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The relevance of blood gases levels in newborns: the sampling matters

Joanna Jassem-Bobowicz1, Katarzyna Stefanska2
Pubmed: 36929804
Ginekol Pol 2023;94(3):169-169.


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