Estimación del riesgo | 12 ENE 15

Esplenectomia y riesgo de sepsis

Se busca estimar el riesgo de sepsis a largo plazo en pacientes que fueron previamente sometidos a esplenectomía, antes, durante y después de la implementación de vacunación rutinaria contra bacterias encapsuladas.
Autor/a: Edgren G, Almqvist R, Hartman M, Utter G Ann Surg 2014; 260(6): 1081-1087
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Bibliografía

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