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A.V. Gubko

Federal Agency Research Organizations, Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution «Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery», Moscow, Russia

D.A. Guskov

Federal Agency Research Organizations, Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution «Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery», Moscow, Russia

A.V. Markin

Department of anesthesiology and intensive care II, Petrovsky Russian Research Center for Surgery, Moscow, Russia

R.V. Kuznetsov

Department of anesthesiology and intensive care II, Petrovsky Russian Research Center for Surgery, Moscow, Russia

B.A. Akselrod

Federal Agency Research Organizations, Federal State Budgetary Scientific Institution «Petrovsky National Research Centre of Surgery», Moscow, Russia

Fluid status optimization during autologous blood exfusion in thoracic aortic surgery

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A.V. Gubko, D.A. Guskov, A.V. Markin, R.V. Kuznetsov, B.A. Akselrod

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To cite this article:

Gubko AV, Guskov DA, Markin AV, Kuznetsov RV, Akselrod BA. Fluid status optimization during autologous blood exfusion in thoracic aortic surgery. Russian Journal of Cardiology and Cardiovascular Surgery. 2019;12(2):132‑140. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/kardio201912021132

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