Centralization of Pediatric Surgery in Hungary

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Abstract

Surgical management of the developmental malformations of newborns, infants, and children needs centralization not only from a professional point of view but because of financial reasons, too. During the past 2-3 decades, the reduction in the number of live births in Hungary and the increase in the changing of professional needs have witnessed the centralization of the more expensive, fragmented intensive/surgical care. In a relatively small country, like Hungary, centralization is essential.

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