Hand and microvascular replantation call availability study: a national real-time survey of level-I and level-II trauma centers.

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BACKGROUND Inconsistent availability of subspecialty hand and microvascular emergency call services could influence patient outcomes and the efficiency of a system dependent on limited resources and timely intervention because declining reimbursements, increased medicolegal risk, lack of confidence in microsurgical skills, and the disruption of elective… (More)
DOI: 10.2106/JBJS.K.01167

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@article{Peterson2012HandAM, title={Hand and microvascular replantation call availability study: a national real-time survey of level-I and level-II trauma centers.}, author={Bret C Peterson and Daniel S Mangiapani and Ryan Kellogg and Fraser J Leversedge}, journal={The Journal of bone and joint surgery. American volume}, year={2012}, volume={94 24}, pages={e185} }