Vol 79, No 12 (2021)
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People who survived their death. Advice for medical professionals based on the analysis of published cases worldwide

Małgorzata Grześkowiak1, Agnieszka D Gaczkowska12, Artur Bekała1, Krzysztof Pietrzkiewicz1, Piotr Rzeźniczek1, Marta Iwańska1, Anna Kluzik12, Paweł Sobczyński3, Krzysztof Kusza2, Zsolt Molnar24
Pubmed: 34865210
Kardiol Pol 2021;79(12):1375-1377.

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