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Amrinone for Refractory Cardiogenic-shock Following Chloroquine Poisoning

Bibliographic reference Hantson, Philippe ; Ronveau, JL. ; Deconinck, B. ; Horn, JL. ; Mahieu, P. ; et. al. Amrinone for Refractory Cardiogenic-shock Following Chloroquine Poisoning. In: Intensive Care Medicine, Vol. 17, no. 7, p. 430-431 (1991)
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