The role of platelet count, mean platelet volume, and the mean platelet volume/platelet count ratio in predicting postoperative vomiting in children after deep sedation
GÖNEN, ZEYNEP BURÇİN
Canpolat, Dilek G.
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Canpolat D. G. , DOĞRUEL F., GÖNEN Z. B. , Yilmaz C., ZARARSIZ G., Alkan A., -The role of platelet count, mean platelet volume, and the mean platelet volume/platelet count ratio in predicting postoperative vomiting in children after deep sedation-, SAUDI MEDICAL JOURNAL, cilt.37, ss.1082-1088, 2016
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