Letters to the Editor| Volume 57, ISSUE 3, P397-398, September 2019

Nacca et al. In Reply to McCann et al.

      We would like to thank Dr. McCann and Dr. Bryant for their interest in our report. We are happy to provide additional information that was lacking from our original publication due to space constraints and unconfirmed details.
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      • ADB-FUBINACA Body Packer
        Journal of Emergency MedicineVol. 57Issue 3
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          We applaud Dr. Nacca et al. for publishing their case of ADB-FUBINACA body packing associated with measured serum concentrations (1). The case is very interesting, and we seek a few clarifications regarding the patient's presentation and care.
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