Alkalinisation for organophosphorus pesticide poisoning (Review)
BACKGROUND: Poisoning with organophosphorus pesticides (OPs) is an important cause of morbidity and mortality in all parts of the world, particularly developing countries. The case-fatality ratio for pesticide intentional self-poisoning is around 10-20% even when the standard antidotes (atropine, oximes and benzodiazepines) are used. Alternative treatments have been trialled in an attempt to improve outcomes from acute OP poisoning, one of which is plasma alkalinisation. Animal and preliminary...[Show more]
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