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Malnutrition in hospitalised older adults: A multi-centre observational study of prevalence, associations and outcomes

  • Emma O’ Shea (a1), Steven Trawley (a2), Edmund Manning (a1), Aoife Barrett (a1), Vanessa Browne (a1) and Suzanne Timmons (a1)...
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