Influence du lieu d'hospitalisation sur le devenir à court terme des prématurés nés à 34 semaines d'aménorrhée

  title={Influence du lieu d'hospitalisation sur le devenir {\`a} court terme des pr{\'e}matur{\'e}s n{\'e}s {\`a} 34 semaines d'am{\'e}norrh{\'e}e},
  author={Frederique Laugier Chabaud and Sandra David-Tchouda and Val{\'e}rie Belin and S. Fau and V{\'e}ronique Equy and S. Carraby and Th. Debillon},
  journal={Archives De Pediatrie},
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