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Laryngeal oedema after isosorbide dinitrate spray and sublingual nifedipine

BMJ 1995; 311 doi: https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.311.6999.232a (Published 22 July 1995) Cite this as: BMJ 1995;311:232
  1. T Silfvast,
  2. A Kinnunen,
  3. T Varpula

    Drs T SILFVAST (Helsinki University Central Hospital, 002900 Helsinki, Finland), A KINNUNEN (Helsinki Area Emergency Medical Air Service, 01530 Vantaa, Finland), T VARPULA (Jorvi Hospital, 02740 Espoo, Finland) write: Emergency staff found a 65 year old woman who had suddenly collapsed lying unconscious on the floor. Babinski's sign was bilaterally positive and her blood pressure was 220/130 mm Hg. She was breathing without difficulty. Two sprays of …

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