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Programas para el manejo de la sangre del paciente

Estos programas permiten promover prácticas de alto valor reduciendo las transfusiones innecesarias
Autor/a: Divyajot Sadana; Ariella Pratzer; Lauren J. Scher; Harry S. Saag JAMA Intern Med. 2017 Nov 20
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