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Experience with activated carbon-bead haemoperfusion columns in the treatment of severe drug intoxication. A preliminary report

Archives of Toxicology

Mar 1, 1982

S M RaperBrian Widdop

PMID: 7092569

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Five patients who were severely poisoned with hypnotic drugs, paracetamol, or theophylline were treated by charcoal haemoperfusion. The device contained 160 g of activated carbon beads with a polyester coating. Four patients made a significant improvement; one subsequently died from a c...read more

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Fibrinolysis
Hypocalcemia
Monospan
Cerebral Hemorrhage
Acamol
Luminal
Calcium [EPC]
Calcium Measurement
Calcium
Acetaminophen
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Experience with activated carbon-bead haemoperfusion columns in the treatment of severe drug intoxication. A preliminary report

Archives of Toxicology

Mar 1, 1982

S M RaperBrian Widdop

PMID: 7092569

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Abstract

Five patients who were severely poisoned with hypnotic drugs, paracetamol, or theophylline were treated by charcoal haemoperfusion. The device contained 160 g of activated carbon beads with a polyester coating. Four patients made a significant improvement; one subsequently died from a c...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Fibrinolysis
Hypocalcemia
Monospan
Cerebral Hemorrhage
Acamol
Paper Details
References

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