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Response to "A Rigorous Evaluation of Methoxyflurane is Needed: Comment on 'Methoxyflurane Versus Standard of Care for Acute Trauma-Related Pain in the Emergency Setting: Protocol for a Randomised, Controlled Study in Italy (MEDITA)'".

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Name: Advances in therapy
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