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Effects of trendelenburg versus passive leg raising: Autotransfusion in humans

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Terai, C., Anada, H., Matsushima, S. et al. Effects of trendelenburg versus passive leg raising: Autotransfusion in humans. Intensive Care Med 22, 613–614 (1996).

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