Severe drug overdose: results of treatment

Anaesthesia and Intensive Care
E B Morgan


The incidence and management of severe drug overdose patients over a five-year period is presented, together with results and complications. Emphasis is placed on the importance of conservative measures with minimal need for more aggressive methods of treatment.


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