Benzodiazepinordinationer i almen praksis. En analyse of forbrugsmønstret for førstegangsbrugere

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Benzodiazepinordinationer i almen praksis. En analyse of forbrugsmønstret for førstegangsbrugere. / Bjerrum, L; Andersen, U A.

In: Ugeskrift for læger, Vol. 158, No. 40, 1996, p. 5616-5619.

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Bjerrum, L & Andersen, UA 1996, 'Benzodiazepinordinationer i almen praksis. En analyse of forbrugsmønstret for førstegangsbrugere', Ugeskrift for læger, vol. 158, no. 40, pp. 5616-5619.

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Bjerrum, L., & Andersen, U. A. (1996). Benzodiazepinordinationer i almen praksis. En analyse of forbrugsmønstret for førstegangsbrugere. Ugeskrift for læger, 158(40), 5616-5619.

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Bjerrum L, Andersen UA. Benzodiazepinordinationer i almen praksis. En analyse of forbrugsmønstret for førstegangsbrugere. Ugeskrift for læger. 1996;158(40):5616-5619.

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Bjerrum, L ; Andersen, U A. / Benzodiazepinordinationer i almen praksis. En analyse of forbrugsmønstret for førstegangsbrugere. In: Ugeskrift for læger. 1996 ; Vol. 158, No. 40. pp. 5616-5619.

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