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Dyspepsia: Managing Dyspepsia in Adults in Primary Care

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Dyspepsia: Managing Dyspepsia in Adults in Primary Care

Publisher: University of Newcastle upon Tyne
ISBN/ASIN: 0954016173
ISBN-13: 9780954016173
Number of pages: 228

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This national guideline provides evidence-based recommendations for the primary care management of dyspepsia symptoms and underlying causes in adults. It was developed for use by the National Health Service in England and Wales.

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