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Lançando em 06/12/2016

Pontos Importantes do Aprendizado

  • Acetazolamida
  • Aclimatização em Altas Altitudes
  • Alterações da radiografia no edema pulmonar de grandes altitudes
  • Analgésicos e Mal das Montanhas
  • Dexametasona
  • Edema Pulmonar de Grande Altitude
  • Hidratação
  • Inibidores da fosfodiesterase
  • Mal das Montanhas
  • Nifedipina

Referências

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