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  • Contributors NA was responsible for manuscript preparation and review, table and figure editing, interpretation of results. SJC was responsible for data collection, chart review, manuscript preparation and review. MB was responsible for data collection, data analysis, manuscript review. CMW was responsible for manuscript review and table creation. VAO was responsible for manuscript preparation and review. MM was responsible for data interpretation and manuscript preparation. CSL was responsible for data collection, manuscript review. MN and AH were responsible for chart review, data collection and interpretation. BES was responsible for reviewing LOS data/figure 1 generation/manuscript review. RLB/VFG was responsible for manuscript editing/study design. VC was responsible for study design, oversaw data collection, interpretation of results, manuscript preparation and review

  • Funding This study was funded by departmental support. The authors have no other sources of funding to declare for this manuscript.

  • Competing interests None declared.

  • Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.

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