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Over-admission and over-treatment of patients with cellulitis: a 5-year audit against international guidelines

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Over-admission and over-treatment of patients with cellulitis: a 5-year audit against international guidelines
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Irish Journal of Medical Science, August 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11845-019-02065-w
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Ailbhe Kiely, Sami Abd Elwahab, Declan McDonnell, Roisin Tully, Maria Randles, Mary Hickey, Felix Ofori-Kuma, Ivan Ivanovski, Suhail Khan, Karl Schmidt, Kenneth Mealy

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#11,892,365
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