Una revisión narrativa | 15 DIC 19

Telemedicina y teletutoría en las especialidades quirúrgicas

Los autores efectuaron una revisión narrativa de los artículos con mayor información sobre el tema, para brindar una visión general del estado de la ciencia sobre esta cuestión e identificar áreas de investigación futura.
Autor/a: Huang EY, Knight S, Roginski Guetter C, Hambleton Davis y col. Am J Surg 2019; 218(4): 760-766
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencias bibliográficas
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