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Volume Management Using Dynamic Parameters

Frédéric Michard, MD, PhD
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Affiliations: Paris, France
 ,  Dr. Michard is a consultant, Critical Care, Marie Lannelongue Surgical Center-University Paris XI.

Correspondence to: Frédéric Michard, MD, PhD, Critical Care, Marie Lannelongue Surgical Center-University Paris XI, 133 Av. de la Résistance, le Plessis Robinson, 92350 Paris, France; e-mail: michard.frederic@free.fr



Chest. 2005;128(4):1902-1903. doi:10.1378/chest.128.4.1902
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