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Peds Poisoning

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clinical manifestations of acetaminophen poisoningnausea/vomitting, anorexia; may progress over days to jaundice,abdominal pain, liver failure
clinical manifestations of anticholinergic agents"mad as a hatter, red as a beet, blind as a bat, hot as a hate, dry as a bone"
clinical manifestations of carbon monoxidelethargy, irritabile, confusion, dizziness, headache, nausea
clinical manifestations of ethanol posioning lethargy, CNS depression, ataxia, coma, hypotension, hypothermia (in young children)
clinical manifestations of ibuprofennausea/vomitting, GI bleeding
clinical manifestations of methanolincreased minute ventilation to offset metabolic acidosis; ocular findings 18-24 hours after ingestion
clinical manifestations of iron overloadacute liver failure, seizures, shock, coa
organophosphate poisoningSLUDGE
opiatesbradycardia, hypotension
sympathomimetic agentstachycardia, hypertension, fever, large pupils
TCAanticholinergic affects
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Antidotes

Question Answer
acetaminophenn-acetyl cysteine
anticholinergic agentsphysostigmine
COoxygen
irondeferoximine chelation
organophosphatesatropine
opiatesnaloxone
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Treatment

Question Answer
acetaminophencharcoal
ethylene glycolfomepizole
ibuprofencharcoal
methanolfomepizole or ethanol
organophosphatecharcoal
sympathomimemticcharcoal
TCAcharcoak
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