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A multifaceted educational intervention shortened time to antibiotic administration in children with severe sepsis and septic shock: ABISS Edusepsis pediatric study

Elisabeth Esteban| Sylvia Belda| Patricia García-Soler| Antonio Rodríguez-Núñez| Cristina Calvo| Javier Gil-Anton| Amaya Bustinza| María-Isabel Iglesias-Bouzas| Montserrat Pujol-Jove| Juan Carlos deCarlos| Juan-Pablo García-Iñiguez| Antonio Pérez-Iranzo| Cinta Téllez| Irene Ortiz| Rosalía Pérez| Vanesa Bonil| Sonia Brió| Andrés Concha| José-Domingo López| Vega Murga| Jose-Carlos Flores| Alberto Tr
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Volume 43, Issue 12 / December , 2017

Pages 1916 - 1918

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