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One single dose of etomidate negatively influences adrenocortical performance for at least 24 h in children with meningococcal sepsis

By Marieke den Brinker, Anita C. S. Hokken-Koelega, Jan A. Hazelzet, Frank H. de Jong, Wim C. J. Hop and Koen F. M. Joosten
Topics: Brief Report
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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