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The relationship between the change in central venous pressure and intravenous fluid volume in patients presenting to the emergency department with septic shock

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Reddi, B., Finnis, M., Udy, A.A. et al. The relationship between the change in central venous pressure and intravenous fluid volume in patients presenting to the emergency department with septic shock. Intensive Care Med 44, 1591–1592 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00134-018-5314-6

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