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The Hannover Intensive Score (HIS) as a new classification system in the follow-up and prognostic evaluation of intensive care patients



The Hannover Intensive Score (HIS) as a new classification system in the follow-up and prognostic evaluation of intensive care patients



Medizinische Klinik 81(7): 235-240




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