Sex disparities among persons receiving operative care during armed conflicts

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Armed conflict increasingly involves civilian populations, and health care needs may be immense. We hypothesized that sex disparities may exist among persons receiving operative care in conflict zones and sought to describe predictors of disparity.

http://hopkinshumanitarianhealth.org/assets/documents/Forrester_Sex_disparities_MSF_SURGERY_2017.pdf


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