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Diabetic pt on beta-blockers and insuline
glucagon
Digitalis
- Stop dig
- normalize K+
- lidocaine
- anti-dig Fab fragments
- Mg+
Lead
- EDTA
- dimercaprol
- succimer
- penicillamine
Cyanide
nitrites (to convert Hb to methemoglobin)
Kid with hypotension, vomitting and rice water stools presents to the ER. Breath smells of garlic. Mom says kid my have ingested rat poison. Antidote?
Arsenic poisoning. Therefore, tx with:

- dimercaprol
- succimer
- penicillamine

(basically same as for lead)
Antifreeze (ethylene glycol)
- Ethanol
- fomepizole
- dialysis
Opoids
Naloxone/naltrexone
Benzodiazepine
Flumazenil
TCAs
NaHCO3 (nonspecific)
Heparin
Protamine sulfate

(=positively charged molecule that binds to negatively charged heparin. Think Protamine-->proton)
Warfarin
Fresh frozen plasma
Vit K
tPA, streptokinase
Aminocaproic acid

???
Antimuscarinics
Physostigmine (AChE inhibitor)
Anticholinesterase
atropine + pralidoxime
Organophosphates
atropine + pralidoxime

(Organophosphates cause same toxicities as anticholinesterases)