Using machine-learning risk prediction models to triage the acuity of undifferentiated patients entering the emergency care system: a systematic review
Diagnostic and Prognostic Research, October 2020
Jamie Miles, Janette Turner, Richard Jacques, Julia Williams, Suzanne Mason
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|Medicine and Dentistry||12||13%|
|Nursing and Health Professions||4||4%|
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