National Drug File
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Adequacy of representation of the National Drug File Reference Terminology Physiologic Effects reference hierarchy for commonly prescribed medications.
Rosenbloom ST,Awad J,Speroff T,Elkin PL,Rothman R,Spickard A 3rd,Peterson J,Bauer BA,Wahner-Roedler DL,Lee M,Gregg WM,Johnson KB,Jirjis J,Erlbaum MS,Carter JS,Lincoln MJ,Brown SH
AMIA Annu Symp Proc 2004
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