Muerte temprana postoperatoria en pacientes de riesgo extremo | 07 JUN 20

¿Qué es la futilidad quirúrgica?

Los autores de este estudio apuntaron a mirar retrospectivamente cuándo y con qué frecuencia los cirujanos operan sobre pacientes con un riesgo extremo y cuántos de esos casos terminan en una muerte temprana.
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Autor/a: Chiu AS, Jean RA, Resio B, Pei KY Surg 2019; 166(3): 380-385
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