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Name the antidote for atropine
Acetlycholinesterase inhibitors
Name the antidote for arsenic, gold
Dimercaprol
Name the three antidotes for lead and mercury
Dimercaprol
Succimer
Penicillamine
Name the antidote for acetylcholinesterase inhibitors
Atropine with pralidoxime (2-PAM)
Name the antidote for acetaminophen
Acetylcysteine
Name the antidote for benzodiazepines
Flumazenil
Name the antidote for β-blockers
Glucagon
Name the antidote for copper
Penicillamine
Name the antidote for carbon monoxide
Oxygen (hyperbaric)
Name the antidote for digoxin
Digoxin immune Fab
Name the antidote for heparin
Protamine
Name the antidote for iron
Deferoxamine
Deferasirox
Name the antidote for theophylline
β-Blockers
Name the antidote for warfarin
Vitamin K
Fresh frozen plasma
Name the antidote for thrombolytics
Aminocaproic acid
Tranexamic acid
Name the antidote for opioids
Naloxone
What are the signs and symptoms of arsenic poisoning
Rice water stools
GI discomfort
Seizures
Pallor
Skin pigmentation
Alopecia
Bone marrow suppression
Stocking glove neuropathy
What are the signs and symptoms of iron poisoning
Bloody diarrhea
Shock
Coma
Dyspnea
Necrotizing gastroenteritis
Hematemesis
What are the signs and symptoms of lead poisoning
Nausea
Vomiting
Diarrhea
Tinnitus
Encephalopathy
Anemia
Neuropathy
Nephropathy
Infertility
Hepatitis
What are the signs and symptoms of mercury poisoning
Ataxia
Auditory loss
Visual loss
Chest pain
Pneumonitis
Nausea
Vomiting
Renal failure
Shock
What are the signs and symptoms of tricyclic antidepressant poisoning
Hyperthermia
Coma
Convulsions
Cardiotoxicity
Mydriasis
Constipation
Prolonged QT interval
What are the signs and symptoms of SSRI poisoning (must be when used concomitantly with other serotonergic agents such as MAOIs or TCAs)
Tachycardia
Hypertension
Seizures
Hyperthermia
Agitation
Muscle rigidity
Hallucinations
What is the antidote and its mechanism of action for acetaminophin poisoning
N-acetylcysteine; Replenishes glutathione
What is the antidote and its mechanism of action for Acetyl salicylic acid poisoning
Bicarbonate, charcoal
Increases elimination
What are the antidotes and their mechanism of action for ethylene glycol or methanol poisoning
Ethanol, fomepizole, thiosulfite
Blocks formation of poison from precursor
What is the antidote and its mechanism of action for cesium, thallium, or uranium poisoning
Prussian Blue (Radiogardase)
Accelerates excretion
What are the antidotes and their mechanisms of actions for Cyanide poisoning
Amyl nitrite, sodium nitrite: Acclerates removal from cells
Sodium thiosulfite: Accelerates conversion to non-toxic product