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Alternatives to potentially inappropriate medications for use in e-prescribing software: triggers and treatment algorithms

By Anne L Hume, Brian J Quilliam, Roberta Goldman, Charles Eaton and Kate L Lapane
Topics: Original Research
Publisher: BMJ Group
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