Kommentar zu: Eine Konserve ist keine Konserve?

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Choorapoikayil, S., Zacharowski, K. & Meybohm, P. Kommentar zu: Eine Konserve ist keine Konserve?. Anaesthesist 64, 884–886 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00101-015-0092-9

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