PMID: 25113Apr 22, 1978

Self-poisoning with beta-blockers

British Medical Journal

Abstract

No abstract listed.

References

Dec 28, 1977·European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·C L van HerwaardenA van't Laar
Feb 26, 1977·British Medical Journal·A Khan, J M Muscat-Baron
Apr 21, 1973·British Medical Journal·P Karhunen, G Härtel
Dec 15, 1973·British Medical Journal·A J Boakes, B H Boeree
Sep 15, 1973·British Medical Journal·W Wermut, M Wójcicki
Dec 2, 1971·The New England Journal of Medicine·E J KosinskiE Boone
Sep 30, 1971·The New England Journal of Medicine·W W Parmley

Citations

Jan 1, 1981·European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·P J NeuvonenM Laakso
Apr 1, 1982·Irish Journal of Medical Science·P BeltonR Mulcahy
Jan 1, 1983·Pharmacology & Therapeutics·M J Kendall, L Beeley
May 10, 1980·Lancet·B Jones
Sep 1, 1986·Annals of Emergency Medicine·J J Dymowski, T Turnbull
Jan 1, 1989·Medical Toxicology and Adverse Drug Experience·J A Critchley, A Ungar
May 1, 1984·Hepatology : Official Journal of the American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases·D LebrecJ P Benhamou
Oct 1, 1981·Annals of Emergency Medicine·E T ShoreM J Davidson
Nov 1, 1984·The American Journal of Emergency Medicine·A Heath
Sep 1, 1990·Archives of Emergency Medicine·P I Mansell

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