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Essential Drugs: Practical Guidelines

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Essential Drugs: Practical Guidelines
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Publisher: Medecins sans Frontieres
ISBN/ASIN: 2906498785
Number of pages: 363

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Practical guidelines intended for physicians, pharmacists, nurses and medical auxiliaries. The book provides simple, practical solutions to the questions and problems faced by medical staff, using the accumulated field experience, the recommendations of reference organizations and specialized documentation in each field.

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