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Toxicology of metals--science confused by poor use of terminology



Toxicology of metals--science confused by poor use of terminology



Archives of Environmental Health 58(5): 263-5; Discussion 265-6



The current authors present the case of a 68-yr-old female patient who developed severe respiratory failure after medication with ciprofloxacin for acute urinary tract infection. A chronic subdural haematoma was surgical evacuated. Postoperatively, an acute urinary tract infection was treated with ciprofloxacin. Six days later, C-reactive protein was rising and the patient was suffering from intermittent high fever, dyspnoea and severe hypoxaemia.

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Accession: 018188140

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DOI: 10.3200/AEOH.58.5.263-266


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