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Comparison and agreement between venous and arterial gas analysis in cardiopulmonary patients in Kashmir valley of the Indian subcontinent

Koul Parvaiz A, Khan Umar Hafiz, Wani Abdul Ahad, Eachkoti Rafiqa, Jan Rafi A, Shah Sanaullah, Masoodi Zarka, Qadri Syed Mudassir, Ahmad Muneer, Ahmad Asrar

Year : 2011| Volume: 6| Issue : 1 | Page no: 33-37

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