Van Wie, D., Clínicas Pediátricas de Norteamérica 2006, no 2: Urgencias pediátricas (2a parte) ©2007

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ÍNDICE
163
Emergencias otorrinolaringológicas pediátricas
195
Emergencias en la enfermedad infecciosa de las vías
215
Contusión abdominal pediátrica
243
Stephen Wegner James E Colletti y Donald Van
255
Sedación y analgesia en los procedimientos pediátricos
279
Ingestiones letales
293
Índice alfabético
317
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