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  • Norsk tittel - Håndbok i NBC-medisin, 2011/2012
  • Engelsk tittel - NBC-medicine
  • Versjon - 3
  • Status - Publisert
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  • Revisjonsdato - 01.12.2011
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  • Utgiver(e) - Nasjonalt kompetansesenter for NBC-medisin, Akuttmedisinsk avdeling, Oslo universitetssykehus (OUS), Ullevål
  • Redaktør - Overlege dr. med. Helge Opdahl et.al.
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