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Muerte súbita en niños y jóvenes

Actualización sobre revisiones de manejo y pesquisa de condiciones que predisponen a la muerte súbita en jóvenes.
Autor/a: Christopher C. Erickson, Jack C. Salerno, Stuart Berger, Robert Campbell, Bryan Cannon, James Christiansen y otros Fuente: Sudden Death in the Young: Information for the Primary Care Provider Pediatrics July 2021, 148 (1)
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencia bibliográfica
Referencia bibliográfica

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