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Delayed onset pulmonary edema following toxic smoke inhalation; a systematic review


Background: Fire smoke inhalation cause a wide range of symptoms immediately or after a relatively asymptomatic period. In this review, we will focus on delayed onset pulmonary edema (DOPE); the incidence and duration of potential delay. As the symptoms may not present immediately, seemingly healthy patients could be inadvertently be…

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