Frailty Prevalence in Surgical European Patients. European Prospective Cohort Stufy of the Prevalence of Frailty in Surgical Patients.

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European prospective one day cohort study. Analysis of the prevalence of frailty and predefined 30-day postoperative complications in adult patients undergoing emergency or elective surgery.

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Hospital Clinic of Barcelona

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