Surgery with Limited Resources in Natural Disasters: What Is the Minimum Standard of Care?
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JournalCurrent Trauma Reports
AbstractIn a challenging scenario, such as in the aftermath of a natural disaster, minimum standards of care must be in place from the moment surgical care activities are launched.
PublisherSpringer International Publishing
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