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>Journals >Revista Latinoamericana de Infectología Pediátrica >Year 2017, Issue 2


Hernández-Orozco HG, Castañeda-Narváez JL, Arias-de la Garza E
Cell phones and the risk of hospital-acquired infections
Rev Latin Infect Pediatr 2017; 30 (2)

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References: 22
Page: 45-47
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