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CO
oxygen
mercury
dimercaprol
penicillamine
isoniazid
pyridoxine
atropine
physostigmine
arsenic
dimercaprol
D-penicillamine
digoxin
antidigoxin Fab fragments
gold
dimercaprol
ethylene glycol
ethyl alcohol
opiods
naloxone
naltrexone
organophosphates
atropine, 2-PAM
warfarin
vit K
copper
d- penicillamine
heparin
protamine sulfate
iron
deferoxamine
cyanide
mayl nitrate
sodium nitrate
sodium thiosulfate
methyl alcohol
ethyl alcohol
acetaminophen
n-acetylcysteine
nitrates
methylene blue
lead
penicillamine
EDTA
dimercaprol
benzodiazepines
flumazenil
AChE inhibitors
atropine with pralidoxime (2-PAM)
anticholinergics
physostigmine
opiod overdose triad
respiratory depression
pinpoint pupils
coma
cherry red intoxication
CO
occuopational nitrous oxide exposure
anemia
methoxyflurane exposure
nephrotoxicity
halothane exposure
hepatitis
first signs of phenobarbital overdose
nystagmus and ataxia
major pulmonary side effect of mu-activators
respiratory depression
two side effects of opiods the user will never develop tolerance to
constipation and miosis
which overdose carries a higher mortality rate, benzos or barbis
barbituates
which withdrawal carries a higher mortality rate, benzos or barbis
benzodiazepines
grey baby syndrome
chloramphenicol
CN VIII toxicity
aminoglycosides
cholestatic hepatitis
erythromycin
dental staining in children
tetracycline
altered folate metabolism
trimethoprim
auditory toxicity
vancomycin
cartilage abnormalities
quinolones
alcohol toxicity resulting in ocular damage
methanol