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Stability of Oral Oxytocics in Tropical Climates - Results of Simulation Studies on Oral Ergometrine, Oral Methylergometrine, Buccal Oxytocin and Buccal Desamino-Oxytocin - EDM Research Series No. 012
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Stability of Oral Oxytocics in Tropical Climates - Results of Simulation Studies on Oral Ergometrine, Oral Methylergometrine, Buccal Oxytocin and Buccal Desamino-Oxytocin - EDM Research Series No. 012


World Health Organization
Organisation mondiale de la Santé

WHO/DAP/94.13
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A.N.J.A. de Groot1
T.B. Vree2
H.V. Hogerzeil3
G.J.A. Walker4

Ergot Task Group, Netherlands

Departments of 1Obstetrics & Gynaecology and 2Clinical Pharmacy,
University Hospital Sint Radboud, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

World Health Organization, Geneva

3Action Programme on Essential Drugs
4Maternal Health and Safe Motherhood Programme

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