Poisoning & Drug Overdose
Kent R. Olson
Appleton & Lange, 1999 - Clinical medicine - 612 pages
This is the leading manual on the diagnosis and treatment of poisoning and drug overdose, including chemical and occupational exposures.
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absorption acid acidosis activated charcoal Administer activated charcoal agents airway and assist anticholinergic antivenin arrhythmias assist ventilation blockers bradycardia calcium carcinogen cardiac cause charcoal if available chemical chloride chronic Clinical presentation coma p 18 concentrations corrosive cyanide Decontamination drugs and antidotes Emergency and supportive Enhanced elimination ethanol exposure eyes and respiratory gastric lavage gastroenteritis gastrointestinal glucose glycol half-life hemodialysis hemolysis hemoperfusion hepatic hypertension hyperthermia hypoglycemia hypokalemia hypotension inhalation intoxication intravenous irritating to eyes laboratory studies include liver Maintain an open Mechanism of toxicity metabolic metabolic acidosis methemoglobinemia mg/kg mg/L nausea occur odor open airway oral overdose oxide patients PharmD phenytoin poisoning Prehospital produce pulmonary edema renal failure respiratory tract result rhabdomyolysis serum skin sodium Specific drugs Specific levels studies include electrolytes supplemental oxygen supportive measures symptoms Table tachycardia therapeutic therapy Toxic dose toxicity toxin treatment urine usually Vapor pressure ventilation if necessary ventricular vomiting
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