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A nurse led clinic and computer decision support system for anticoagulation decisions was at least as effective as a hospital clinic
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    • Julia Wyatt, Retired Nurse
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      • Patient - will that do??

    Dear Editor,

    I was so glad when my daughter, also a nurse, found this piece of research. I note with sadness the date - 2001.

    I live in the wilds of Essex, at least 25 miles from the great 'metropolis'. Two years ago I had a vile stroke, so I no longer drive. Recently 'they' noticed that I had AF and must start on anticoagulant treatment instantly. There is a proudly "Nurse led Clinic" at a hospital some h...

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