Iron ingestions always show up on standardized tests and are definitely one of those “many kids are fine but some aren’t and it’s hard to figure out who’s fine and who isn’t” ingestions. Suzan Mazor from Seattle Children’s helps iron out the details…
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CME and MOC Part II
I am delighted to offer free CME and MOC Part II through Cincinnati Children’s for the entirety of Toxicology Season 3. Just listen to all three episodes and access the CME/MOC portal via this link.
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