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The 24 Hour Bounce Back: Why Do Some Patients Require Early Transfer From The Rehabilitation Hospital Back To Acute Care?



The 24 Hour Bounce Back: Why Do Some Patients Require Early Transfer From The Rehabilitation Hospital Back To Acute Care?



American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation 84(3): 199-200




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DOI: 10.1097/00002060-200503000-00010


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