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A new method to obtain and present complete information on the compatibility: study of its validity for eight binary mixtures of morphine with drugs frequently used in palliative care.

(2002) PALLIATIVE MEDICINE. 16(5). p.417-424
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Vermeire, An, Jean Paul Remon, D SCHRIJVERS, and P DEMEULENAERE. 2002. “A New Method to Obtain and Present Complete Information on the Compatibility: Study of Its Validity for Eight Binary Mixtures of Morphine with Drugs Frequently Used in Palliative Care.” Palliative Medicine 16 (5): 417–424.
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Vermeire, An, Remon, J. P., SCHRIJVERS, D., & DEMEULENAERE, P. (2002). A new method to obtain and present complete information on the compatibility: study of its validity for eight binary mixtures of morphine with drugs frequently used in palliative care. PALLIATIVE MEDICINE, 16(5), 417–424.
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Vermeire A, Remon JP, SCHRIJVERS D, DEMEULENAERE P. A new method to obtain and present complete information on the compatibility: study of its validity for eight binary mixtures of morphine with drugs frequently used in palliative care. PALLIATIVE MEDICINE. 2002;16(5):417–24.
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Vermeire, An, Jean Paul Remon, D SCHRIJVERS, et al. “A New Method to Obtain and Present Complete Information on the Compatibility: Study of Its Validity for Eight Binary Mixtures of Morphine with Drugs Frequently Used in Palliative Care.” PALLIATIVE MEDICINE 16.5 (2002): 417–424. Print.
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  author       = {Vermeire, An and Remon, Jean Paul and SCHRIJVERS, D and DEMEULENAERE, P},
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  journal      = {PALLIATIVE MEDICINE},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {5},
  pages        = {417--424},
  title        = {A new method to obtain and present complete information on the compatibility: study of its validity for eight binary mixtures of morphine with drugs frequently used in palliative care.},
  volume       = {16},
  year         = {2002},
}

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