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Prediction of pressure ulcer development in hospitalized patients: a tool for risk assessment

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SCHOONHOVEN, L, DE GROBBEE, ART DONDERS, et al. “Prediction of Pressure Ulcer Development in Hospitalized Patients: a Tool for Risk Assessment.” QUALITY & SAFETY IN HEALTH CARE 15.1 (2006): 65–70. Print.
APA
SCHOONHOVEN, L., GROBBEE, D., DONDERS, A., ALGRA, A., Grypdonck, M., BOUSEMA, M., SCHRIJVERS, A., et al. (2006). Prediction of pressure ulcer development in hospitalized patients: a tool for risk assessment. QUALITY & SAFETY IN HEALTH CARE, 15(1), 65–70.
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SCHOONHOVEN, L, DE GROBBEE, ART DONDERS, A ALGRA, Maria Grypdonck, MT BOUSEMA, AJP SCHRIJVERS, and E BUSKENS. 2006. “Prediction of Pressure Ulcer Development in Hospitalized Patients: a Tool for Risk Assessment.” Quality & Safety in Health Care 15 (1): 65–70.
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SCHOONHOVEN, L, DE GROBBEE, ART DONDERS, A ALGRA, Maria Grypdonck, MT BOUSEMA, AJP SCHRIJVERS, and E BUSKENS. 2006. “Prediction of Pressure Ulcer Development in Hospitalized Patients: a Tool for Risk Assessment.” Quality & Safety in Health Care 15 (1): 65–70.
Vancouver
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SCHOONHOVEN L, GROBBEE D, DONDERS A, ALGRA A, Grypdonck M, BOUSEMA M, et al. Prediction of pressure ulcer development in hospitalized patients: a tool for risk assessment. QUALITY & SAFETY IN HEALTH CARE. 2006;15(1):65–70.
IEEE
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L. SCHOONHOVEN et al., “Prediction of pressure ulcer development in hospitalized patients: a tool for risk assessment,” QUALITY & SAFETY IN HEALTH CARE, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 65–70, 2006.
@article{433360,
  author       = {SCHOONHOVEN, L and GROBBEE, DE and DONDERS, ART and ALGRA, A and Grypdonck, Maria and BOUSEMA, MT and SCHRIJVERS, AJP and BUSKENS, E},
  issn         = {1475-3898},
  journal      = {QUALITY & SAFETY IN HEALTH CARE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {65--70},
  title        = {Prediction of pressure ulcer development in hospitalized patients: a tool for risk assessment},
  volume       = {15},
  year         = {2006},
}

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