Work-Hour Restrictions as an Ethical Dilemma for Residents
Carpenter, Robert O.
Austin, Mary T.
Tarpley, John L.
Griffin, Marie R.
Lomis, Kimberly D.
American Journal of Surgery 2006 April; 191(4): 527-532
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