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    CAP deaths, observations from the community
    • , General Practitioner
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      • Steven Stern
    Dear Editor,

    I read with interest this article in Thorax and have been worried by the comments in "Pulse" which followed (9 December 2000).

    The lack of information about the general practitioner (GP) consultations, and the non- availability of records is alarming and dispiriting. Particularly when nowadays much information is computerised and records can in emergency situations, given the hard work of Health...

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