By M. Goulon (auth.), Prof. Antonino Gullo M.D. (eds.)
The administration of the significantly in poor health sufferers has been some time past few years a self-discipline on the leading edge of improvement which keeps to make development with the help of uncomplicated and medical examine. This paintings is a suite of fabric that bargains with the administration of significantly in poor health sufferers, released at the celebration of the thirteenth APICE congress in November 1998, which celebrated forty years of serious Care Medicine.
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Anaesthesia, Pain, Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine — A.P.I.C.E.: Proceedings of the 13th Postgraduate Course in Critical Care Medicine Trieste, Italy — November 18–21, 1998 by M. Goulon (auth.), Prof. Antonino Gullo M.D. (eds.)