Severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS): epidemiology, diagnosis and management

Wong, G.W.K.; Hui, D.S.C.
July 2003
Thorax;Jul2003, Vol. 58 Issue 7, p558
Academic Journal
Editorial. Discusses severe acute respiratory syndrome or SARS. Epidemiology of SARS; Etiology of SARS; Medications used to manage SARS; Importance of infection control in the management of SARS.


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