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Curation of an intensive care research data set from routinely collected data in an NHS trust. / McWilliams, Chris; Inoue, Joshua; Wadey, Philip ; Palmer, Graeme; Santos-Rodriguez, Raul; Bourdeaux, Chris.

In: F1000Research, 19.08.2019.

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McWilliams, Chris ; Inoue, Joshua ; Wadey, Philip ; Palmer, Graeme ; Santos-Rodriguez, Raul ; Bourdeaux, Chris. / Curation of an intensive care research data set from routinely collected data in an NHS trust. In: F1000Research. 2019.

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