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Increase in COVID-19 inpatient survival following detection of Thromboembolic and Cytokine storm risk from the point of admission to hospital by a near real time Traffic-light System (TraCe-Tic)
Marcela P. Vizcaychipia,b,i,
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, Claire L. Shovlinc,i,
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c.shovlin@imperial.ac.uk

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, Alex McCarthyd,i, Andrew Godfreye, Sheena Patelf, Pallav L. Shahg, Michelle Hayesa, Richard T. Keaysa,b, Iain Beveridgeh, Gary Daviesg, Gary Davies on behalf of the ChelWest COVID19 Consortium
a Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, London, United Kingdom
b Imperial College London, Department of Surgery and Cancer, London, United Kingdom
c Imperial College London, NHLI Vascular Science, London, United Kingdom
d Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Information, Data Quality and Clinical Coding, London, United Kingdom
e Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Haematology, London, United Kingdom
f Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Pharmacy, London, United Kingdom
g Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Respiratory Medicine, London, United Kingdom
h West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Department of Anaesthesia & Intensive Care Medicine, Isleworth, United Kingdom
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