Fatal poisoning in drug addicts in the Nordic countries in 2017 - Simonsen KW, Kriikku P, Thelander G, Edvardsen HME, Thordardottir S, Andersen CU, J önsson AK, Frost J, Christoffersen DJ, Delaveris GJM, Ojanpera I.

This study is the seventh report on fatal poisonings among drug addicts in the Nordic countries. In this report, we analyse data from the five Nordic countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Data on gender, number of deaths, places of death...
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