Grammar

posted by Mina

The nurse's notes in the medical record indicate the patient's pain was severe.
What is wrong with this sentence? Or wrong grammatical errors?

  1. Reed

    I see nothing wrong with it, unless there was more than one nurse making notes in the medical record.

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