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Complicaciones de afecciones pediátricas graves en Emergencias

Complicaciones a corto plazo específicas de condiciones pediátricas graves y utilización de recursos para su manejo en el departamento de Emergencias
Autor/a: Kenneth A. Michelson, Richard G. Bachur y colaboradores J Pediatr 2019;-:1-10
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