Ventilation–perfusion heterogeneity measured by the multiple inert gas elimination technique is minimally affected by intermittent breathing of 100% O2

Ann R. Elliott*, Abhilash S. Kizhakke Puliyakote, Vincent Tedjasaputra, Beni Pazár, Harrieth Wagner, S. Rui C., Jeremy E. Orr, G. Kim Prisk, Peter D. Wagner, Susan R. Hopkins

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