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IPOM and IPOM Plus

  • Jan F. Kukleta
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Abstract

By my gut feeling, I expect this book to become a book of recipes – recipes for possibly best surgical cuisine at the time (2017–2018). As I don’t have much experience with Gault Millau or Michelin Stars, I expect you to read my contribution to this book as my personal understanding of the topic trying to highlight the best available solution for each individual patient.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Jan F. Kukleta
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  1. 1.Klinik Im ParkHirslanden GroupZurichSwitzerland

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