Shock pp 240-247 | Cite as

Toxic factors in shock (with special reference to burns)

  • M. Allgöwer


I have been invited to discuss Dr. Spink’s paper and to say a few words on burn toxins as well.


Burning Filtration Agar Urea Hydrocortisone 


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