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Efficacy of anti-scorpion venom serum over prazosin in the management of severe scorpion envenomation

Natu V S, Kamerkar S B, Geeta K, Vidya K, Natu V, Sane S, Kushte R, Thatte S, Uchil D A, Rege N N, Bapat R D

Year : 2010| Volume: 56| Issue : 4 | Page no: 275-280

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