Early Decompression following Cervical Spinal Cord Injury: Examining the Process of Care from Accident Scene to Surgery.
Battistuzzo, Camila R; Armstrong, Alex; Clark, Jillian; Worley, Laura; Sharwood, Lisa; Lin, Peny; Rooke, Gareth; Skeers, Peta; Nolan, Sherilyn; Geraghty, Timothy; Nunn, Andrew; Brown, Doug J; Hill, Steven; Alexander, Janette; Millard, Melinda; Cox, Susan F; Rao, Sudhakar; Watts, Ann; Goods, Louise; Allison, Garry T; Agostinello, Jacqui; Cameron, Peter A; Mosley, Ian; Liew, Susan M; Geddes, Tom; Middleton, James; Buchanan, John; Rosenfeld, Jeffrey V; Bernard, Stephen; Atresh, Sridhar; Patel, Alpesh; Schouten, Rowan; Freeman, Brian J C; Dunlop, Sarah A; Batchelor, Peter E.
; 33(12): 1161-9, 2016 06 15.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-26650510
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