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Kinetics of procalcitonin in iatrogenic sepsis

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Brunkhorst, F.M., Heinz, U. & Forycki, Z.F. Kinetics of procalcitonin in iatrogenic sepsis. Intensive Care Med 24, 888–889 (1998).

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