Asfyksi og hypoksisk-iskæmisk encefalopati

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Asfyksi og hypoksisk-iskæmisk encefalopati. / Andelius, Ted Carl Kejlberg; Kyng, Kasper Jacobsen; Heiring, Christian; Henriksen, Tine Brink.

I: Ugeskrift for Læger, Bind 182, Nr. 14A, V12190704, 2020.

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Andelius TCK, Kyng KJ, Heiring C, Henriksen TB. 2020. Asfyksi og hypoksisk-iskæmisk encefalopati. Ugeskrift for Læger. 182(14A):Article V12190704.

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Andelius TCK, Kyng KJ, Heiring C, Henriksen TB. Asfyksi og hypoksisk-iskæmisk encefalopati. Ugeskrift for Læger. 2020;182(14A). V12190704.

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