Detección temprana: nivel postoperatorio de marcadores inflamatorios | 12 SEP 16

Complicaciones después de cirugía electiva mayor abdominal

El objetivo de este estudio fue investigar la respuesta inflamatoria después de la cirugía abdominal mayor y su asociación con los resultados.
Autor/a: Rettig TCD, Verwijmeren L, Dijkstra I, Boerma D, van de Garde E, Noordzij PG. Ann Surg 2016; 263(6): 1207-1212
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