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Comparison of oximeters for the detection of critical congenital heart diseases.

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Summary of "Comparison of oximeters for the detection of critical congenital heart diseases."

In some centers, the pulse oximetry is not performed with the justification of lack of the adequate oximeter. We compared the effectiveness of two brands of oximeters to perform it.

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Name: Archivos de cardiologia de Mexico
ISSN: 1665-1731
Pages: 159-166

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