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What determines better outcome in acute ishemic stroke patients treated with thrmbolysis


Viktor Švigelj

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WHAT DETERMINES BETTER OUTCOME IN ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE PATIENTS TREATED WITH THROMBOLYSIS?

EXPERIENCES IN SLOVENIA

Viktor Švigelj

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DELIVERY OUTSIDE THE HOSPITAL

Lili Steblovnik, Erika Tuta

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THE FREQUENCE OF PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS IN POISONING WITH DRUGS TREATED AT THE DEPARTMENT OF TOXICOLOGY, CLINICAL CENTRE NIŠ

Milan Đorđević

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Current issue: SEE journal 2016 - 1

Editor-in-Chief: Dušan Gostović, MD

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FLUID AND ANALGESIC MANAGEMENT IN A TRAUMATIZED CHILD

Vesna Marjanović, Ivana Budić

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DR JOVAN STEJIC

Milan Đorđević

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Summary: Background: Poisoning is the leading cause of mortality, just behind the injuries in traffic accidents. Psychiatric disorders are distinguished as significant reasons for intentional self-poisoning.

Aim: To s: how the importance, the size and frequency of psychiatric disorders in poisoning drugs through the one-year analysis of hospitalized patients in Niš.

Methodology: Structured annual analysis of patients hospitalized at the Department of Toxicology in Niš during 2013 with a correlation of intentional poisoning with medications and psychiatric disorders.

Results: In 2013, at the Department of Toxicology, there were 115 patients.


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