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Successful treatment of severe calcium channel blocker poisoning: a clinical case
The article describes the successful experience of treating a female patient with severe poisoning by a mixture of drugs with a predominant cardiotoxic effect. The number of drugs taken was many times higher than the potentially lethal dose. Hemodynamics has been supported by vasopressors and inotropic drugs for a long time, antidotes, sorbents, detoxification agents were used. Due to inadequate spontaneous ventilation, the patient was on artificial lung ventilation for 24 days. After 26 daysdoi:10.22141/2224-05126.96.36.1991.234812 fatcat:bm75bcetanhgnaaabi3wlryx5a