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Ill-lighting syndrome: prevalence in shift-work personnel in the anaesthesiology and intensive care department of three Italian hospitals

By Ilaria Morghen, Maria Cristina Turola, Elena Forini, Piero Di Pasquale, Paolo Zanatta and Teresa Matarazzo
Topics: Research
Publisher: BioMed Central
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