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Hospital Stay as a Proxy Indicator for Severe Injury in Earthquakes: A Retrospective Analysis

Bibliographic reference Zhao, Lu-Ping ; Gerdin, Martin ; Westman, Lina ; Rodriguez-Llanes, José ; Wu, Qi ; et. al. Hospital Stay as a Proxy Indicator for Severe Injury in Earthquakes: A Retrospective Analysis. In: PLoS One, Vol. 8, no.4, p. e61371 [1-7] (2013)
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