A combination of Bohr and Haldane effects provide a physiologic explanation for the increase in arterial oxygen saturation when a face mask is added to a high-flow nasal cannula in severely hypoxemic COVID-19 patients

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Born, P., & Castro, R. (2021, December 1). A combination of Bohr and Haldane effects provide a physiologic explanation for the increase in arterial oxygen saturation when a face mask is added to a high-flow nasal cannula in severely hypoxemic COVID-19 patients. Critical Care. BioMed Central Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13054-021-03791-3

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