What Did They Take?: Toxidromes and Ingestions in Pediatric Hospital Medicine - PHM20 On Demand
Pediatric Hospital Medicine 2020 (PHM2020), the largest annual meeting devoted to pediatric hospital medicine, is the leading educational event for healthcare professionals who specialize in the care of hospitalized children hospital medicine.
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