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Early hospital discharge of newborn infants was not associated with feeding related hospital readmission during the first 28 days of life



Early hospital discharge of newborn infants was not associated with feeding related hospital readmission during the first 28 days of life



Evidence-Based Nursing 1(2): 41-41




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DOI: 10.1136/ebn.1.2.41


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