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Accidental organic phosphorus poisoning: the use of propranolol to counteract vagolytic cardiac effects of atropine


, : Accidental organic phosphorus poisoning: the use of propranolol to counteract vagolytic cardiac effects of atropine. Israel Journal of Medical Sciences 3(4): 582-584


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