S. McCann i K. McDowell otrzymują podziękowania od autorów za wsparcie naukowe i pomoc przy przygotowywaniu tabel zamieszczonych w niniejszej pracy. Autorzy otrzymali fundusze na przygotowanie tej pracy z Northern Ireland Research and Development Office Translational Research Group for Critical Care.
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