On the Use of Glasgow Coma Scale as a Predictor of ICU Admission in Deliberate Drug Poisoning
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Microdialysis as a Tool for Drug Quantification in the Bronchioles of Anaesthetized Pigs
Captopril and Lisinopril Only Inhibit Matrix Metalloproteinase-2 (MMP-2) Activity at Millimolar Concentrations
Role of Pre-Junctional CB1, But not CB2, TRPV1 or GPR55 Receptors in Anandamide-Induced Inhibition of the Vasodepressor Sensory CGRPergic Outflow in Pithed Rats
The Effect of Intraspinal Bupivacaine versus Levobupivacaine on the QTc Intervals during Caesarean Section: A Randomized, Double-blind, Prospective Study
Cumulative Mitoxantrone-Induced Haematological and Hepatic Adverse Effects in a Subchronic In vivo Study
Nilotinib Interferes with the Signalling Pathways Implicated in Acetaminophen Hepatotoxicity
Zinc Protects Human Kidney Cells from Depleted Uranium-induced Apoptosis
Deliberate Drug Poisoning with Slight Symptoms on Admission: Are there Predictive Factors for Intensive Care Unit Referral? A three-year Retrospective Study
Medication Errors Outside Healthcare Facilities: A National Poison Centre Perspective