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Published:December 01, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aucc.2022.10.009
      We would like to thank Dominique Vodovar et al. for their relevant comments regarding our article “Whole-bowel irrigation in cases of poisoning: A retrospective multicentre study of feasibility, tolerability, and effectiveness".
      • Deguigne M.
      • Legeay M.
      • Scholastique A.S.
      • Chauveau P.
      • Descatha A.
      Whole-bowel irrigation in cases of poisoning: a retrospective multicentre study of feasibility, tolerability, and effectiveness.
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