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58 Eugene Vayda, "A Comparison of Surgical Rates jn Canada and in England
and Wales," New England Journal of ... that surgical rates in Canada in 1968
were 1.8 times greater for men and 1.6 times greater for women than in England.
... injury to the blood by the kidney machine." Rushmer, Medical Engineering, p.
314. 218 C. H. Calland, "Iatrogenic Problems in End-Stage Renal Failure," New
England Journal of Medicine 287 (1972): 334-8. An autobiographical account
... gifts, and by the procurement of victims. Large-scale random samples have
been used to compare the mortality and recovery rates of patients served by
these units with those of patients given. England Journal of Medicine 287 (1972):
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