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Experience with cellulose acetate-coated activated charcoal haemoperfusion in the treatment of severe hypnotic drug intoxication

Postgraduate Medical Journal

Nov 1, 1980

P E CROMERm Goulding

PMID: 7267478

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A haemoperfusion column containing activated charcoal coated with cellulose acetate was used to treat 7 patients with barbiturate or ethchlorvynol poisoning. Six of the patients showed marked lightening of coma and all showed a significant fall in plasma drug concentration. Plasma drug ...read more

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Morbidity Aspects
Ethchlorvynol Measurement
Barbiturate [EPC]
Apraxia, Oculomotor, Cogan Type
Barbiturates
Sulfite Cellulose
Hypnotics
Actidose
Blood Platelets
Placidyl
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Experience with cellulose acetate-coated activated charcoal haemoperfusion in the treatment of severe hypnotic drug intoxication

Postgraduate Medical Journal

Nov 1, 1980

P E CROMERm Goulding

PMID: 7267478

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Abstract

A haemoperfusion column containing activated charcoal coated with cellulose acetate was used to treat 7 patients with barbiturate or ethchlorvynol poisoning. Six of the patients showed marked lightening of coma and all showed a significant fall in plasma drug concentration. Plasma drug ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Morbidity Aspects
Ethchlorvynol Measurement
Barbiturate [EPC]
Apraxia, Oculomotor, Cogan Type
Barbiturates
Paper Details
References

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