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This is the first reported case of torsades de pointes attributable to diphenhydramine, a drug with weak I(Kr) effects. A 26-year-old, healthy man was admitted to intensive care after a diphenhydramine overdose. Results of physical examination, ECG, and electrolytes were normal at admission. Despite supportive care, he developed typical, sustained, torsades(More)
Use of molecular genetic methods in the study of sources and ways of spreading the infection provides precise data on the mutual clonal origin of the strains, on the basis of the determination of plasmid DNK maps. Results of the investigation of Salmonellae Wien strain show the same type of resistance to antimicrobial drugs and the impact of(More)
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