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Charcoal haemoperfusion in the treatment of sleeping-drug intoxication (author's transl)

Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift

Jan 30, 1976

H HennemannA Heidland

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Extracorporeal haemoperfusion is indicated in the treatment of severe intoxication with sleeping-drugs (including barbiturates) if other methods have failed. Four patients in whom haemoperfusion was used (attempted suicide with hypnotics, grade III-IV and IV severity) were successfully ...read more

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Charcoal haemoperfusion in the treatment of sleeping-drug intoxication (author's transl)

Deutsche medizinische Wochenschrift

Jan 30, 1976

H HennemannA Heidland

PMID: 1248387

DOI: 10.1055/s-0028-1104051

Abstract

Extracorporeal haemoperfusion is indicated in the treatment of severe intoxication with sleeping-drugs (including barbiturates) if other methods have failed. Four patients in whom haemoperfusion was used (attempted suicide with hypnotics, grade III-IV and IV severity) were successfully ...read more

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Hemodialysis
Thrombocytopenia
Poisoning
Sedatives
Glioblastoma
Actidose
Suicide Attempt
Hypotension

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Massive theophylline poisoning. A case with survival without hemoperfusion

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