Association Between High-Sensitivity Troponin T on Admission and Organ Dysfunction During Hospitalization in Patients Aged 80 Years and Older with Hip Fracture: A Single-Centered Prospective Cohort Study
Clinical Interventions in Aging, April 2021
Zhi-Jun Qin, Qian-Yun Wu, Yang Deng, Xia Li, Xuan-Di Wei, Cheng-Jie Tang, Jun-Feng Jia
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