Short term and long term outcomes of patients with solid tumours following non-surgical intensive care admission.
AffiliationUniversity of Manchester, Manchester, UK
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AbstractThere has been a significant increase in the number of patients presenting with cancer related emergencies and potentially requiring critical care admission.
CitationShort term and long term outcomes of patients with solid tumours following non-surgical intensive care admission. 2018, QJM
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