Resuscitation and Atropinization in Treating Anticholinesterase Poisoning
ILLINOIS UNIV AT THE MEDICAL CENTER CHICAGO DEPT OF CLINICAL SCIENCE
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Poisoning by anticholinesterase agents demands rapid and adequate atropine administration and artificial respiration. These measures have been shown consistently to be the essentials of good treatment. Accordingly, studies were concerned with various aspects of resuscitation and atropinization. The results of investigations on this topic are summarized.
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