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An indicator-based program for improving medication use in acute care hospitals



An indicator-based program for improving medication use in acute care hospitals



Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics 50(2): 125-128




Accession: 039252063

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PMID: 1868672

DOI: 10.1038/clpt.1991.115


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