Management of whooping cough

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Summers, K. 2011. Management of whooping cough. in: Glasper, A., McEwing, G. and Richardson, J. (ed.) Emergencies in Children's and Young People's Nursing Oxford University Press. pp. 164-165
AuthorsSummers, K.
EditorsGlasper, A., McEwing, G. and Richardson, J.
Page range164-165
Year2011
Book titleEmergencies in Children's and Young People's Nursing
PublisherOxford University Press
Output statusPublished
ISBN9780199547197
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Deposited10 Jan 2013
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