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National Survey of Behavior, Attitudes and Practice of General Practitioners and Various Specialists Concerning Antimicrobial Use And Resistance in Respiratory Tract Infections



National Survey of Behavior, Attitudes and Practice of General Practitioners and Various Specialists Concerning Antimicrobial Use And Resistance in Respiratory Tract Infections



Value in Health 18(7): A595-A596




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DOI: 10.1016/j.jval.2015.09.1546


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