The cardiac output

Mon ami Matthieu (qui ferait bien de se remettre à bloguer un peu 😉 ) m’a fait passer cet excellent lien sur le débit cardiaque. Appréciez le style !

et on comprend que de la noradré peut diminuer le débit cardiaque chez certains patients… cf par là

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