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Prediction for serious bacterial infection in febrile children aged 3 years or younger: comparison of inflammatory markers, the Laboratory-score, and a new laboratory combined model
Yong-Won Kim, Yeon-Young Kyong, Kyung-Ho Choi, Se-min Choi, Young-Min Oh, Joo-Suk Oh, Sang-Hoon Oh, Jung-Taek Park
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Journal. 2019;6(2):42-49.   Published online 2019 December 2    DOI: https://doi.org/10.22470/pemj.2019.00080

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Prediction for serious bacterial infection in febrile children aged 3 years or younger: comparison of inflammatory markers, the Laboratory-score, and a new laboratory combined model
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