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Published in Respiratory Medicine

Journal Scan / Research · January 06, 2021

Clinically Relevant Potential Drug–Drug Interactions in Intensive Care Patients

Journal of Critical Care

 

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Journal of Critical Care
Clinically Relevant Potential Drug-Drug Interactions in Intensive Care Patients: A Large Retrospective Observational Multicenter Study
J Crit Care 2021 Apr 01;[EPub Ahead of Print], T Bakker, A Abu-Hanna, DA Dongelmans, WJ Vermeijden, RJ Bosman, DW de Lange, JE Klopotowska, NF de Keizer, , S Hendriks, J Ten Cate, PF Schutte, D van Balen, M Duyvendak, A Karakus, M Sigtermans, EM Kuck, NGM Hunfeld, H van der Sijs, PW de Feiter, EJ Wils, PE Spronk, HJM van Kan, MS van der Steen, IM Purmer, BE Bosma, H Kieft, RJ van Marum, E de Jonge, A Beishuizen, K Movig, F Mulder, EJF Franssen, WM van den Bergh, W Bult, M Hoeksema, E Wesselink

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