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A predictive model for serious adverse events in adults with acute poisoning in prehospital and hospital care

      We have read with great interest the article by Martín-Rodríguez et al. “A predictive model for serious adverse events in adults with acute poisoning in prehospital and hospital care”, recently published in your journal.
      • Martín-Rodríguez F.
      • López-Izquierdo R.
      • Castro-Villamor M.A.
      • Martín-Conty J.L.
      • Herrero-Antón R.M.
      • Del Pozo-Vegas C.
      • et al.
      A predictive model for serious adverse events in adults with acute poisoning in prehospital and hospital care.
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