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Nursing home: medical care a nursing practice in the United States. 8. Establishment of the system of nurses' registration and the history of the development of nursing assistants



Nursing home: medical care a nursing practice in the United States. 8. Establishment of the system of nurses' registration and the history of the development of nursing assistants



Kangogaku Zasshi 44(8): 858-863




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