Gender and survival of critically ill patients: results from the FROG-ICU study.

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Summary of "Gender and survival of critically ill patients: results from the FROG-ICU study."

Few studies analyzed gender-related outcome differences of critically ill patients and found inconsistent results. This study aimed to test the independent association of gender and long-term survival of ICU patients.


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Name: Annals of intensive care
ISSN: 2110-5820
Pages: 43


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