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Reevaluation of ambulatory nursing--a support of continuity of nursing. Communication among the self-care ward, general ward, ambulatory section, and the local area outside the hospital: a communication system using patient transfer cards



Reevaluation of ambulatory nursing--a support of continuity of nursing. Communication among the self-care ward, general ward, ambulatory section, and the local area outside the hospital: a communication system using patient transfer cards



Kangogaku Zasshi 52(9): 870-876




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