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Comment to: Non-specific clinical presentations are not prognostic and do not anticipate hospital length of stay or resource utilization: Author's reply

      We thank Bingisser and colleagues for their interest in our article “Non-specific clinical presentations are not prognostic and do not anticipate hospital length of stay or resource utilization” [
      • Conway R.
      • Byrne D.
      • O'Riordan D.
      • Silke B.
      Non-specific clinical presentations are not prognostic and do not anticipate hospital length of stay or resource utilization.
      ,
      • Bingisser R.
      • Simon N.R.
      • Nickel C.H.
      Comment to: non-specific clinical presentations are not prognostic and do not anticipate hospital length of stay or resource utilization.
      ].
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