Artificial nutrition: technical, scientific and ethical considerations

  • G. Fatati
  • M. L. Amerio
  • M. Bacci
  • F. Brunetti
  • A. Caretto
  • L. Casali
  • S. Coaccioli
  • F. D’Andrea
  • E. Del Toma
  • M. Di Sapio
  • D. Domeniconi
  • M. Kob
  • F. Leonardi
  • E. Mirri
  • P. Nanni
  • A. Paci
  • P. Pallini
  • G. Ronzani
  • A. R. Sabbatini
  • S. G. Sukkar
  • M. Tagliaferri
  • G. Vincenzoni
  • M. A. Fusco
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. Fatati
  • M. L. Amerio
  • M. Bacci
  • F. Brunetti
  • A. Caretto
  • L. Casali
  • S. Coaccioli
  • F. D’Andrea
  • E. Del Toma
  • M. Di Sapio
  • D. Domeniconi
  • M. Kob
  • F. Leonardi
  • E. Mirri
  • P. Nanni
  • A. Paci
  • P. Pallini
  • G. Ronzani
  • A. R. Sabbatini
  • S. G. Sukkar
  • M. Tagliaferri
  • G. Vincenzoni
  • M. A. Fusco

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