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Mortality rate is higher in Polish intensive care units than in other European countries

Wojciech Weigl| Jan Adamski| Paweł Goryński| Andrzej Kański| Michael Hultström
Letter
Volume 43, Issue 9 / September , 2017

Pages 1430 - 1432

No abstract available.

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