Sonstige Psychopharmaka

  • M. Hollweg
  • R. Grohmann
  • E. Rüther

Zusammenfassung

  • Mit Chloralhydrat behandelte Patienten insgesamt: 5755

  • In Überwachung durch Intensiverfassung: 454

  • In Überwachung durch Absetz-UAW-Erfassung: 5301

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Hollweg
  • R. Grohmann
  • E. Rüther

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