Invasive Infection and Outcomes in a Humanitarian Surgical Burn Program in Haiti
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JournalWorld Journal of Surgery
AbstractCompare to high-income settings, survival in burn units in low-income settings is lower with invasive infections one leading cause of death. Médecins Sans Frontières is involved in the treatment of large burns in adults and children in Haiti.
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