Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome: Clinical Outcome and Prognostic Correlates

Ping Tim Tsui; Man Leung Kwok; Hon Yuen; Sik To Lai
September 2003
Emerging Infectious Diseases;Sep2003, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p1064
Academic Journal
Presents a retrospective case series analysis to assess clinical outcome and identify pretreatment prognostic correlates of severe acute respiratory distress syndrome (SARS), managed under a standardized treatment protocol. Methodology; Results of the study; Conclusion.


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