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3.3 Pharmacological Basis of Antidote Use

Talk by Vincent Danel EAPCCT Seville on prehospital antidote:
Antidotes Danel Seville.ppt [1.8 MB]

  • 3.3.1 Antagonize Effects of Poison
    • Enzyme Inhibitors (eg, physostigmine)
    • Enzyme Reactivators (eg, pralidoxime)
    • Physiological Antagonists (eg, calcium, glucagon)
    • Receptor Antagonists (eg, atropine, flumazenil, naloxone)
    • Reducing Agent (eg, methylene blue, N-acetylcysteine)
  • 3.3.2 Dispositional Agents
    • Alcohol Dehydrogenase Antagonists
    • Antivenoms/Antibodies
    • Chelators
    • Cyanide Antidotes
    • Enzyme/Cofactor Replacement (eg, folinic acid, pyridoxine)
    • Oxygen/Hyperbaric Oxygen
  • 3.3.3 Other Antidotes
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