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Фармакокинетика левофлоксацина как основа режима дозирования и оптимизации схем лечения

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Описана клиническая фармакокинетика левофлоксацина.

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Е. Н. Падейская
Альянс клиничеких химиотерапевтов и микробиологов, г. Москва

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