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dc.contributor.authorWangari, Waweru-Siika
dc.contributor.authorMung'ayi, Vitalis
dc.contributor.authorMisango, David
dc.contributor.authorMogi, Andrea
dc.contributor.authorKisia, Allan
dc.contributor.authorNgumi, Zipporah
dc.identifier.citationJournal of Critical Care Volume 55, February 2020, Pages 122-127en_US
dc.description.abstractCritical care is a young specialty in Kenya. From its humble beginnings in the 1960s to present day Kenya, the bulk of this service has largely been provided by anaesthetists. We provide a detailed account of the growth and development of this specialty in our country, the attempts made by our people to grow this service within our borders and the vital role our international partners have played throughout this process. We also share a selection of our successes over the years, the challenges we have faced and our aspirations as we look to the future.en_US
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dc.titleThe history of critical care in Kenyaen_US

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