Enhanced elimination in acute barbiturate poisoning - a systematic review

Clinical Toxicology : the Official Journal of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology and European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists
D M Roberts, Nick A Buckley

Abstract

Despite a worldwide decline in barbiturate use, cases of acute poisoning with severe toxicity are still noted, particularly in developing countries. Severe poisonings often require prolonged admission to an intensive care unit, so enhanced elimination might be useful to hasten recovery. Information regarding the efficacy of these techniques for individual barbiturates is not available in standard textbooks. To determine the evidence supporting the effect of enhanced elimination and its role in the management of acute barbiturate poisoning. A systematic review was conducted using broad search criteria in three databases. All potentially relevant articles were obtained, and reference lists were manually reviewed. Ninety-four publications fulfilling inclusion criteria were located. Studies were classified as controlled or uncontrolled, and clinical and pharmacokinetic end points were manually extracted. If not directly stated, standard pharmacokinetic methods were used to calculate the clearance and efficiency of enhanced elimination techniques for each barbiturate and tabulated for direct comparison. PROSPECTIVE CONTROLLED CLINICAL TRIALS: Two of the 94 publications were prospective controlled studies (only one stated that alloca...Continue Reading

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