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Can diaphragm pacing improve gas exchange ? Insights from quadriplegic patients

  title={Can diaphragm pacing improve gas exchange ? Insights from quadriplegic patients},
  author={David Ruttens and Stijn E Verleden and Pieter C Goeminne and Katrien Poels and Elly Vandermeulen and Lode Godderis and Dirk E. Van Raemdonck and Bart Vanaudenaerde and Jeroen A J Vanoirbeek and Robin Vos and Geert M. Verleden},
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