Fysisk træning som præoperativ optimering hos patienter med cancer

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Fysisk træning som præoperativ optimering hos patienter med cancer. / Højman, Pernille; Christensen, Jesper F; Gögenur, Ismail; Gehl, Julie.

In: Ugeskrift for Laeger, Vol. 181, No. 20A, V05190329, 2019.

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Højman, P, Christensen, JF, Gögenur, I & Gehl, J 2019, 'Fysisk træning som præoperativ optimering hos patienter med cancer', Ugeskrift for Laeger, vol. 181, no. 20A, V05190329.

APA

Højman, P., Christensen, J. F., Gögenur, I., & Gehl, J. (2019). Fysisk træning som præoperativ optimering hos patienter med cancer. Ugeskrift for Laeger, 181(20A), [V05190329].

Vancouver

Højman P, Christensen JF, Gögenur I, Gehl J. Fysisk træning som præoperativ optimering hos patienter med cancer. Ugeskrift for Laeger. 2019;181(20A). V05190329.

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Højman, Pernille ; Christensen, Jesper F ; Gögenur, Ismail ; Gehl, Julie. / Fysisk træning som præoperativ optimering hos patienter med cancer. In: Ugeskrift for Laeger. 2019 ; Vol. 181, No. 20A.

Bibtex

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