Efectividad comparativa en una cohorte quirúrgica prospectiva | 22 SEP 14

Tomografía computada con contraste enteral en el diagnóstico de la apendicitis

El objetivo de este estudio fue investigar la efectividad clínica de las tomografías computadas realizadas sin contraste oral, en una variedad de escenarios, incluyendo hospitales académicos, no académicos, rurales, suburbanos y urbanos.
Autor/a: Drake FT, Alfonso R, Bhargava P, Cuevas C, Dighe M, Florence MG, Johnson MG, Jurkovich GJ, Steele SR, Symons RG, Thirlby RC, Flum, DR, The Writing Group for SCOAP-CERTAIN Fuente: Departments of Surgery; Radiology—University of Washington Medical Center; University of Washington Surgical Outcomes Research Center (SORCE); Swedish Medical Center; Virginia Mason Medical Center; |Surgical Care and Outcomes Assessment Program (SCOAP) an Ann Surg 2014; 260(2): 311-316
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