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Révision des lignes directrices de l'Échelle canadienne de triage et de gravité (ÉTG) applicable aux enfants

  • David W. Warren (a1), Anna Jarvis (a2), Louise LeBlanc (a3), Jocelyn Gravel (a4) and groupe de travail national sur l'ÉTG (a5)...
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Département de pédiatrie, École de médecine et de médecine dentaire Schulich, Université Western Ontario, pièce E1–108, Centre des sciences de la santé de London, 800, chemin Commissioners Est, London ON N6A 5W9; David.Warren@lhsc.on.ca

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