Q: Therapeutic doses of TCA will [...] interval.
Q: TMC EKG finding in monoamine oxidase OD = [...].
A: sinus tach, being more common that T-wave abnormalities
Q: [...] is not an accurate predictor of dig toxicity.
A: Serum dig level
Q: [...] is TMCC of heavy metal poisoning.
Q: Why is Oil of Wintergreen so toxic?
A: Has high concentrations of salicylates that uncouple oxidative phosphorylation leading to a mixed metabolic acidosis and respiratory alkalosis.
Q: Why is APAP OD treated with N-acetyl cysteine [Mucomyst]?
A: Provides glutothione-like substances to donate sulfhydryl group to detoxify hightly reactive intermiediates of APAP metabolism.
Q: The antidote for ethylene glycol is ethanol 0.8 mg/kg IV to maintain a blood ethanol level of [...].
A: 100-150 mg/dL
Q: [...] poisoning may produce deep coma, bradycardia, and acidosis.
Q: [...] produces pink urine
Q: What antidote is used to treat an anticholinergic syndrome?