Clinical research on postoperative trauma care: has the position of observational studies changed? release_3el3obzcmrcsbalk6ghsawpgoe

by D. P. J. Smeeing, R. M. Houwert, M. C. Kruyt, O. A. J. van der Meijden, F. Hietbrink

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