Correction to: Intranasal sufentanil given in the emergency department triage zone for severe acute traumatic pain-a randomized double‑blind controlled trail: comment.

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Summary of "Correction to: Intranasal sufentanil given in the emergency department triage zone for severe acute traumatic pain-a randomized double‑blind controlled trail: comment."

In the original publication, the doses of sufentanil were incorrectly published.


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Name: Internal and emergency medicine
ISSN: 1970-9366


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