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The Speed of Sound-July 2014: RADiUS to the Rescue for Patients with SOB

Video Author: Christine Butts, MD
Published on: 07.03.2014

Read Dr. Christine Butts’ article, “RADiUS to the Rescue for Patients with SOB,” in the July issue, and then watch this video that shows that the patient’s overall left ventricular function is severely decreased.

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