Mortality due to medical and surgical complications, economic crisis and health spending in Spain, 2002-2013.

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Summary of "Mortality due to medical and surgical complications, economic crisis and health spending in Spain, 2002-2013."

To describe the evolution of mortality risks for complications due to medical care or surgery between the periods prior to (2002-2007) and after (2008-2013) the beginning of the economic crisis for Spain and by autonomous region, and to analyse the relationship between the changes in the risks of death and the socioeconomic impact of the crisis and the variation in health spending.


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Name: Gaceta sanitaria
ISSN: 1578-1283


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