Salicylate poisoning

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Key articles

National Poisons Information Service. TOXBASE®: salicylic acids and salicylates (salicylates). May 2019 [internet publication].Full text

National Poisons Information Service. TOXBASE®: methyl salicylate. May 2019 [internet publication].Full text

National Institute for Health and Care Excellence. Self-harm in over 8s: short-term management and prevention of recurrence. July 2004 [internet publication].Full text

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