Critical care admission following elective surgery was not associated with survival benefit: prospective analysis of data from 27 countries

B.C. Kahan, D. Koulenti, K. Arvaniti, V. Beavis, D. Campbell, M. Chan, R. Moreno, R.M. Pearse, R.M. Pearse, S. Beattie, P.-A. Clavien, N. Demartines, L.A. Fleisher, M. Grocott, J. Haddow, A. Hoeft, P. Holt, R. Moreno, N. Pritchard, A. RhodesD. Wijeysundera, M. Wilson, T. Ahmed, K. Everingham, R. Hewson, M. Januszewska, R.M. Pearse, M.-K. Phull, E. Lee, S. Choi, C. Chen, Y. Han, S. Yang, K. Han, C. Chen, S. Chu, C.K.E. Chung, C. Lee, Y.C. Lee, H.S. Lee, J.M. Lee, H.-M.D. Choi, C.J. Kim, S. Kim, K. Park, Y.H. Chang, J. Chang, C. Lee, G. Lee, T. Kim

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