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BestPractice

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Also known as BMJ Best Practice, Best Practice

BMJ Best Practice is a new concept in decision-support information. Structured around the patient consultation, it covers diagnosis, prognosis, treatment and prevention. Best Practice also includes Martindales drug reference
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