Access Surgery: A review of current techniques for vascular access for Haemodialysis, Chemotherapy and Total parenteral nutrition.pdf


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1. Title:Access Surgery: A review of current techniques for vascular access for Haemodialysis, Chemotherapy and Total parenteral nutrition

Author: J. J. Cole, R. O. Hickman, M. B. Dennis Jr., W. Jensen, B. H. Scribner (auth.), Gauke Kootstra MD, PhD, Paul J. G. Jörning MD, PhD (eds.)

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Publisher:Springer Netherlands




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