Constrained evidence-based practice




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Author Biographies

Laraib Amjad Dudrah, University of Child Health Sciences, Lahore

Assistant Editor, Journal of Neonatal Surgery

Muhammad Bilal Mirza, University of Child Health Sciences, Lahore

Editor in Chief, Journal of Neonatal Surgery


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How to Cite

Dudrah LA, Mirza MB. Constrained evidence-based practice. J Neonatal Surg [Internet]. 2023Jan.3 [cited 2024Feb.22];12:1. Available from: