Función del intensivista y del equipo de respuesta rápida | 17 JUN 13

Atención hospitalaria de pacientes terminales

En este artículo se brinda un marco conceptual y se analizan los puntos de referencia, los desafíos y las consecuencias de estos nuevos aspectos de la medicina de cuidados intensivos.
Autor/a: Dr. Hilton AK, Jones D, Bellomo R Critical Care 2013, 17:224
INDICE:  1. Artículo | 2. Referencias

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