Acute intentional poisonings within an urban agglomeration in Poland in 2004-2013 - Piekarska-Wijatkowska A, Kobza-Sindlewska K, Przy łuska J, Krakowiak A.

OBJECTIVES: The aim of the research was to analyze the nature of changes and tendencies observed in the frequency, circumstances and causes of acute intentional poisonings within the agglomeration of Łódź, Poland. The study related to adults. MATERIAL A...
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