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Published in Respiratory Medicine

Journal Scan / Research · January 24, 2022

Relationship Between Time-to-Antibiotics and the Outcomes of Patients With Sepsis

Critical Care Medicine

 

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Critical Care Medicine
Patient Heterogeneity and the J-Curve Relationship Between Time-to-Antibiotics and the Outcomes of Patients Admitted With Bacterial Infection
Crit. Care Med. 2021 Dec 31;[EPub Ahead of Print], MG Usher, R Tourani, B Webber, CJ Tignanelli, S Ma, L Pruinelli, M Rhodes, N Sahni, APJ Olson, GB Melton, G Simon

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