A "superactive" charcoal for antidotal use in poisonings

Clinical Toxicology
D O Cooney


Amoco Grade PX-21 powdered activated charcoal was found to adsorb nearly three times as much sodium salicylate from simulated gastric fluid than did another charcoal (Norit A), which is representative of the best of all other charcoals heretofore available. This indicates the potential superior effectiveness of the Amoco charcoal as an oral antidote in poisonings.


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