Telemedicina | 11 OCT 16

Identificación de los cuidados postoperatorios susceptibles de telemedicina

El objetivo de este trabajo fue identificar sistemáticamente qué pacientes y tipos de operaciones eran potencialmente susceptibles para los cuidados postoperatorios mediante telemedicina
Autor/a: Kummerow Broman K, Vella MA, Tarpley JL, Dittus RS, Roumie CL Surgery 2016; 160(2): 264-271
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