PMID: 5078448Oct 21, 1972Paper

Patients with acute poisoning seen in a general medical unit (1960-71)

British Medical Journal
A A Lawson, I Mitchell

Abstract

A review of the 637 out of a total of 941 consecutive cases of acute poisoning admitted to an acute medical unit without special facilities for the treatment of poisoning has shown that despite considerable limitations in the medical, nursing, and laboratory facilities available the results compare favourably with those reported from specialized units.

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