Professional Interventions to Improve Rational Prescribing and Drug Utilization: Role of Pharmacists

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Published
2019-07-16
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Taghizadeh-Ghehi M. Professional Interventions to Improve Rational Prescribing and Drug Utilization: Role of Pharmacists. J Pharm Care. 6(3-4):37-38.
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