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Key findings from the SWIPE study

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Last updated:12th Mar 2019
Published:12th Mar 2019
Source: Pharmawand

Read our latest Publication Digest and infographic on the SWIPE study looking at whether small volume resuscitation become a part of routine clinical practice. 

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