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Practice Guideline
. 2018 Oct 24;363:k4169.
doi: 10.1136/bmj.k4169.

Oxygen Therapy for Acutely Ill Medical Patients: A Clinical Practice Guideline

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Oxygen Therapy for Acutely Ill Medical Patients: A Clinical Practice Guideline

Reed A C Siemieniuk et al. BMJ. .

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Competing interests: All authors have completed the BMJ Rapid Recommendations interests disclosure form, and a detailed description of all disclosures is reported in appendix 2 on bmj.com. As with all BMJ Rapid Recommendations, the executive team and The BMJ judged that no panel member had any financial conflict of interest. Professional and academic interests are minimised as much as possible, while maintaining necessary expertise on the panel to make fully informed decisions. DK Chu, LH-Y Kim, and W Alhazzani co-authored the systematic review that formed the evidence base for this guideline. RAC Siemieniuk, T Agoritsas, PO Vandvik, L Lytvyn, and GH Guyatt are members of the GRADE Working Group: BMJ Rapid Recommendations adheres to GRADE methods.

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