Reversible nucleoside analogue-associated lactic acidosis despite a prolonged course

Delobel, P.; Khatibi, S.; Alvarez, M.; Obadia, M.; Bonnet, E.; Massip, P.; Marchou, B.
June 2003
Intensive Care Medicine;Jun2003, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p1028
Academic Journal
case study
Presents a letter to the editor on reversible nucleoside analogue-associated lactic acidosis despite a prolonged course.


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