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Longitudinal comparison of outcomes for coronary artery bypass surgery at University Hospitals, managed care hospitals and other hospitals in California



Longitudinal comparison of outcomes for coronary artery bypass surgery at University Hospitals, managed care hospitals and other hospitals in California



Circulation 92(8 Suppl. ): I119




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