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The safety, efficacy and pharmacokinetic parameters of 5 g of hydroxocobalamin given intravenously, alone or in combination with 12.5 g of sodium thiosulfate, were evaluated in healthy adult men who were heavy smokers. Sodium thiosulfate caused nausea, vomiting, and localized burning, muscle
Since transdermal scopolamine (TS) seems effective against seasickness, we compared its antiemetic effect with intravenous droperidol (DHBP), our routine antidote for postoperative emesis. Ninety-six female patients (ASA I-II) scheduled for short-stay surgery were randomly allocated to three study
Nausea and vomiting associated with poisoning can complicate treatment and in some cases delay potential antidote administration. Side effect such as lowering the seizure threshold may at times discourage the use of traditional phenothiazine and butyrophenone antiemetics.
Use-result surveillance was conducted to investigate the safety and efficacy of Acetylcysteine Oral Solution 17.6 % "SENJU" having the indication for the antidote to acetaminophen (Paracetamol) overdose. Ninety six cases (patients) were collected for the safety evaluation, and 13 cases (incidence
Although the cannabinoids are effective antidotes to the nausea and vomiting produced by cancer chemotherapy, they also have other properties that may be of therapeutic value. These should be explored. The possibility of interactions, both useful and harmful, between the anticancer drugs and other
Propionitrile, a substituted aliphatic nitrile commonly used in the chemical manufacturing industry, is capable of generating cyanide. However, there are few reports of human intoxication involving propionitrile. We report two workers at an organic chemical manufacturing plant who were overcome by
Dicobalt edetate is one of a number of cobalt compounds that have been studied in the treatment of cyanide poisoning, their efficacy being based upon the fact that cyanide combines with cobalt to form relatively non-toxic complexes. Inorganic cobalt salts are quite toxic (cyanide and
We describe a 26-year-old female patient, who had attempted suicide with Endosulfan, and who presented to the Emergency Department with status epilepticus. She subsequently developed hypotension refractory to inotropes, intravascular hemolysis, disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), metabolic
Digitalis glycosides are among the oldest drugs used in cardiology. Nowadays, due to the limited indications for their use (advanced heart failure, usually concomitant with atrial fibrillation), cases of poisoning induced by this class of drugs are rarely observed. Digoxin produces a positive
This report reviews the biological effects and case reports of suicidal or accidental ingestion of, and occupational exposure to sodium azide. Ingested doses of sodium azide were estimated for the 6 survival and 4 fatal cases studied. The lowest dose among survival cases was 5-10 mg. The patient
Aluminum phosphide poisoning (ALPP) still has no efficient and approved antidote. Supportive care and hemodynamic monitoring are the only choices of treatment. We proposed a new lavage formulation in addition to evaluation of its efficacy and defining the impact of clinical characteristics of
Several randomized trials of various malignancies treated with cisplatin indicate a dose-response relationship with higher MST and longer survival achieved with high-dose compared to standard dose cisplatin regimens. Thirty-five patients with stages II-IV ovarian cancer with refractory cancer at
As potent alpha-adrenergic agonists imidazoline derivatives like naphazoline are frequently used drugs because of their vasoconstrictive and decongestant properties. Beside their well-known local side effects also rare systemic ones like hypertension, excitability and nausea are possible.
Ergotamine is a well known pharmacological remedy applied in neurology (treatment of vascular headache) and in obstetrics (abortive remedy, uterus atony). But today it is rarely used, because of new safer anti-migraine medicine (triptanes) which cause fewer side effects. According to obstetrical
Eight adults ingested foothill camas (Zigadenus paniculatus) bulbs in Juab County, Utah, believing them to be nontoxic wild bulbs. All who ingested the bulbs became ill, and three of them required admission for supportive care. All patients had nausea; other findings included vomiting, abdominal