Death from drug poisoning by monoamine-oxidase inhibitors England and Wales 1993-2018

Number of deaths from drug poisoning by monoamine-oxidase inhibitors in England and Wales from 1993 to 2018

by Conor Stewart, last edited Aug 19, 2019
Death from drug poisoning by monoamine-oxidase inhibitors England and Wales 1993-2018 This statistic displays the number of deaths from monoamine-oxidase inhibitors drug poisoning in England and Wales from 1993 to 2018. The largest number of deaths caused by monoamine-oxidase inhibitors was in 1993, with nine deaths recorded.
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Number of deaths from drug poisoning by monoamine-oxidase inhibitors in England and Wales from 1993 to 2018

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