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Inappropriate Prescribing for Elderly Americans in a Large Outpatient Population
August 10, 2004
Researchers at Duke University Medical Center sought to determine the extent of potentially inappropriate outpatient prescribing for elderly patients, as defined by the Beers revised list of drugs to be avoided in elderly populations.
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Arch Intern Med. 2004;164:1621-1625
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