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Elektrisk stimulation mod muskel- og funktionstab hos en patient indlagt med COVID-19

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Elektrisk stimulation mod muskel- og funktionstab hos en patient indlagt med COVID-19. / Frydenlund, Anders; Poggi, Axel I; Hansen, Sofie K. et al.

In: Ugeskrift for Læger, Vol. 183, No. 20, V03210275, 05.2021.

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Harvard

Frydenlund, A, Poggi, AI, Hansen, SK, Brage-Andersen, M, Merhi, Y, Agarwala, S, Mikkelsen, PH, Nygaard, JV, Steffensen, IE & Suetta, C 2021, 'Elektrisk stimulation mod muskel- og funktionstab hos en patient indlagt med COVID-19', Ugeskrift for Læger, vol. 183, no. 20, V03210275. <https://ugeskriftet.dk/files/scientific_article_files/2021-05/v03210275_web.pdf>

APA

Frydenlund, A., Poggi, A. I., Hansen, S. K., Brage-Andersen, M., Merhi, Y., Agarwala, S., Mikkelsen, P. H., Nygaard, J. V., Steffensen, I. E., & Suetta, C. (2021). Elektrisk stimulation mod muskel- og funktionstab hos en patient indlagt med COVID-19. Ugeskrift for Læger, 183(20), [V03210275]. https://ugeskriftet.dk/files/scientific_article_files/2021-05/v03210275_web.pdf

CBE

Frydenlund A, Poggi AI, Hansen SK, Brage-Andersen M, Merhi Y, Agarwala S, Mikkelsen PH, Nygaard JV, Steffensen IE, Suetta C. 2021. Elektrisk stimulation mod muskel- og funktionstab hos en patient indlagt med COVID-19. Ugeskrift for Læger. 183(20):Article V03210275.

MLA

Frydenlund, Anders et al. "Elektrisk stimulation mod muskel- og funktionstab hos en patient indlagt med COVID-19". Ugeskrift for Læger. 2021. 183(20).

Vancouver

Frydenlund A, Poggi AI, Hansen SK, Brage-Andersen M, Merhi Y, Agarwala S et al. Elektrisk stimulation mod muskel- og funktionstab hos en patient indlagt med COVID-19. Ugeskrift for Læger. 2021 May;183(20):V03210275.

Author

Frydenlund, Anders ; Poggi, Axel I ; Hansen, Sofie K. et al. / Elektrisk stimulation mod muskel- og funktionstab hos en patient indlagt med COVID-19. In: Ugeskrift for Læger. 2021 ; Vol. 183, No. 20.

Bibtex

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RIS

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