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The editors set out to create "a 'Volume IF for practitioners in intensive care" and, in large measure, succeed. This wide-ranging, multiauthored book is a by product of a critical care symposium sponsored by the Department of Surgery at the University of Michigan in May 1984 and is impressive, not in least part in that it appeared in print in August, a scant 2 months after the symposium. Although the contributors are largely from departments of surgery, several sections are written by physiologists, internists, engineers, and physicians with a biomedical engineering and legal/ethical orientation, a multidisciplinary approach recognizing that notions
Life Support Systems in Intensive Care.. Ann Intern Med. 1985;102:281. doi: https://doi.org/10.7326/0003-4819-102-2-281_2
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