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Toxicity

  • Carolina Witchmichen Penteado Schmidt
Chapter

Abstract

Commonly, pediatric hemato-oncologists are not accustomed to the peculiarities of drug therapy in neonatology, and so they need to pay attention to the issue of drug excipients—just as they should pay attention to avoiding preservative administration to neonates and infants.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Carolina Witchmichen Penteado Schmidt
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  1. 1.CuritibaBrazil

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