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Puntaje de Apgar y riesgo de mortalidad infantil por causa específica

Análisis del riesgo de mortalidad neonatal, infantil y por causa en relación al puntaje de Apgar.
Autor/a: Stamatina Iliodromiti, Daniel F Mackay, Gordon CS Smith, Jill P Pell, Scott M Nelson Lancet 2014; 384: 1749-55
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