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Bedside nursing. Health instruction for the care of a patient in a vegetative state after discharge from the hospital and a thought on continuing nursing based on the subsequent clinical course



Bedside nursing. Health instruction for the care of a patient in a vegetative state after discharge from the hospital and a thought on continuing nursing based on the subsequent clinical course



Kangogaku Zasshi 44(6): 620-622




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