November 2011
Operating Theatre Journal;Nov2011, Issue 254, p19
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the guidance issued by The National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) supporting the use of patient warming mattress from Inditherm Medical for patients undergoing operations to prevent hypothermia.


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