Procédures opérationnelles standards (POS)

  • R. Engelhardt
  • A. Engelhardt
  • F. Gärtner
  • S. Mielke
  • U. Frank
  • H. Bertz

Résumé

Déf.: Insertion d’une aiguille dans la cavité pleurale afin d’évacuer le liquide pleural.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Engelhardt
  • A. Engelhardt
  • F. Gärtner
  • S. Mielke
  • U. Frank
  • H. Bertz

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