Author's Response to Letter to the Editor “Is the mNUTRIC Score the Only Independent Risk Factor for Abdominal Muscle Thickness Influencing Weaning?”
Souvik Chaudhuri, Vishwas Parampalli
Abdominal expiratory muscles, Internal oblique muscle, Nutritional risk in the critically ill score, Weaning
Citation Information :
Chaudhuri S, Parampalli V. Author's Response to Letter to the Editor “Is the mNUTRIC Score the Only Independent Risk Factor for Abdominal Muscle Thickness Influencing Weaning?”. Indian J Crit Care Med 2023; 27 (9):692-693.
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