Successful pericardiotomy with drainage of the pericardial cavity in case of multimorbid patient

 N.M. Seredyuk, A.V. Sudus, I.M. Budzan, S.M. Hrychynyuk, V.В. Tomyn, N.V. Rohiv, M.V. Bielinskyi, A.Ya. Vasylyshyn


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