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INDICE SUSPICION [1 record]

Record 1 1987-01-21

English

Subject field(s)
  • Epidemiology
OBS

In our patients, mortality was 40 percent. We attribute this improved survival to prompt surgical intervention and aggressive postoperative management, including daily dialysis, parenteral hyperalimentation, broad-spectrum antibiotics, and a high index of suspicion for ongoing sepsis with early repeat exploration. (Medline)

OBS

Am. J. Surg. (U.S.), May 1986, 151(5), pp. 557-61.

OBS

Acoustic neuroma suspicion index: an aid to investigation and diagnosis. (Pascal)

French

Domaine(s)
  • Épidémiologie
OBS

Présentation d'une échelle clinique, l'indice de suspicion de neurinome de l'acoustique, basée initialement sur l'analyse rétrospective de 397 malades. (Pascal)

Spanish

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