Change in the profile of causes of death after investigation of hospital deaths in Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2017 - Corr êa PRL, Ishitani LH, Lansky S, Santos MRD, Teixeira RA, França EB.

INTRODUCTION: Deaths certified with ill-defined causes or garbage codes (GC) compromise the analysis of mortality and its use for planning and evaluation of public health policies. The hospital investigation of these causes is one of the strategies qualify...
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