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Development of electronic medical record charting for hospital-based transfusion and apheresis medicine services: Early adoption perspectives

Levy Rebecca, Pantanowitz Liron, Cloutier Darlene, Provencher Jean, McGirr Joan, Stebbins Jennifer, Cronin Suzanne, Wherry Josh, Fenton Joseph, Donelan Eileen, Johari Vandita, Andrzejewski Chester

Year : 2010| Volume: 1| Issue : 1 | Page no: 8-8

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