¿Es la inclusión de datos de Ensayos Controlados Aleatorizados en las guías clínicas suficiente para la mejor práctica basada en la evidencia?


  • Ismael San Mauro Martin Research Centers in Nutrition and Health. Madrid, Spain
  • Elena Garicano Vilar Research Centers in Nutrition and Health. Madrid, Spain






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