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Pancreatitis

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Pancreatitis

Publisher: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
ISBN-13: 9781473130838
Number of pages: 353

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In the past, there has been lack of knowledge on how to manage pancreatitis and this has resulted in clinicians avoiding those with the disease and conflicting advice being offered. With this guideline it is hoped that sound advice will be provided to enable people with pancreatitis to receive appropriate care to improve the outcomes from this difficult condition.

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