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Combination of clinical and ECG criteria may increase validity of triage scales: authors' reply.

Bibliographic reference Dechamps, Mélanie ; Castanares Zapatero, Diego ; Manara, Alessandro. Combination of clinical and ECG criteria may increase validity of triage scales: authors' reply.. In: Internal and Emergency Medicine, Vol. in press, no.in press, p. in press (01/02/2017)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/182770
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