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Drugs most frequently used in office practice : National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 1981
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    This report offers descriptive data about the drugs utilized in office practice in the calendar year 1981, highlighting those pharmaceutical agents that were most frequently ordered or provided. The data, based on the findings of the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (NAMCS), were produced by a representative sampIe of the Nation’s physicians who are primarily engaged inofllce-based, patient-care practice. Non-Federal doctors of medicine and osteopathy in all states except Alaska and Hawaii participated by completing records (figure 1, Patient Record) on a sample of their office visits over a weekly reporting period. Suggested citation: National Center for Health Statistics, B. K. Cvrxess: Drug utilization in office visits to primary care physicians: National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, 1980A.dvance Data From Vital and Health Statistics, No. 86. DHHS Pub. No. (PHS) 82-1250. Public Health Service, Hyattsville, Md. October 8, 1982 PMID: 10257288 /ad089acc.pdf
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