PMID: 2252191Nov 1, 1990Paper

The use of diazepam in chloroquine poisoning

Anaesthesia
A Rajah

Abstract

A 39-year-old patient was found to be unconscious after having taken 2.5 g of chloroquine. Treatment consisted mainly of gastric lavage and diazepam. Experimental and clinical evidence is presented to show that diazepam in varying doses significantly decreases the mortality rate.

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