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How to optimize the prescription of laboratory tests? Success and failures in an academic hospital.

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Bibliographic reference Fillee, Catherine ; Beguin , Claire ; Habimana, Laurence ; Hubert, Catherine ; Philippe, Marianne. How to optimize the prescription of laboratory tests? Success and failures in an academic hospital.. In: Scandinavian Journal of Clinical & Laboratory Investigation, Vol. 78, no.3, p. 197-203 (2018)
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