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Evaluation of cost and length of stay, linked to complications associated with major surgical procedures.

Bibliographic reference Pirson, M ; Dehanne, Fabian ; Van den Bulcke, J ; Leclercq, P ; Martins, D ; et. al. Evaluation of cost and length of stay, linked to complications associated with major surgical procedures.. In: Acta clinica Belgica, (2017)
Permanent URL http://hdl.handle.net/2078.1/186901
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