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Analysis of presenting symptoms and diagnoses made at Middlemore Hospital: an audit carried out between Monday 1 August and Sunday 7 August 2016.

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Summary of "Analysis of presenting symptoms and diagnoses made at Middlemore Hospital: an audit carried out between Monday 1 August and Sunday 7 August 2016."

Perform an audit which identifies the breadth and commonality of presenting complaints and diagnoses presenting to Middlemore Hospital over a one-week period in August 2016.

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Name: The New Zealand medical journal
ISSN: 1175-8716
Pages: 30-41

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