Mathematical model of volume kinetics and renal function after burn injury and resuscitation.

  title={Mathematical model of volume kinetics and renal function after burn injury and resuscitation.},
  author={Ghazal ArabiDarrehDor and Ali Tivay and Ramin Bighamian and Chris Meador and George C. Kramer and Jin-Oh Hahn and Jos{\'e} Salinas},
  journal={Burns : journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries},

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