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Interventions to Reduce the Incidence of Falls in Older Adult Patients in Acute Care Hospitals
$17.95 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins/Joanna Briggs Institute
October 2012 

To provide information on methods to reduce falls in older patients in acute care hospitals.

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