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Treatment of paroxysmal sympathetic storm with labetalol
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    Response to the letter: Treatment of paroxysmal sympathetic storm with labetalol
    Dear Editor, I read with great interest the article by Do D et al. regarding the treatment of paroxysmal sympathetic storm with labetalol. I'll lilke to thank the authors for such a concise and clinically relevant piece on not only the typical presentation and early recognition of sympathetic storming, but also an evidence based (the case report mentioned in the original letter) method for managing these patients. This is a very e...
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