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2009 H1N1 Influenza and Experience in Three Critical Care Units

By Turgut Teke, Ramazan Coskun, Murat Sungur, Muhammed Guven, Taha T Bekci, Emin Maden, Emine Alp, Mehmet Doganay, Ibrahim Erayman and Kursat Uzun

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Aim: We describe futures of ICU admission, demographic characteristics, treatment and outcome for critically ill patients with laboratory-confirmed and suspected infection with the H1N1 virus admitted to the three different critical care departments in Turkey

Topics: Research Paper
Publisher: Ivyspring International Publisher
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