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Wann besteht die Indikation für eine CCT bei intoxikierten Patienten?

When is a brain computed tomography indicated in the management of drug overdoses?

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Pflüger, P., Eyer, F. Wann besteht die Indikation für eine CCT bei intoxikierten Patienten?. Notfall Rettungsmed 23, 48–50 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10049-019-00671-w

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