By Richard A. C. Hughes
Drawing on a chain of articles from the magazine of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, the fourth variation of this renowned reference offers a proof established account of the administration of neurological emergencies. up to date chapters check with fresh Cochrane systematic reports.
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These causes can be corrected. In patients with drug overdose the possibility of using specific antidotes should be considered: naloxone in patients in whom there is a high index of suspicion of opiate poisoning and benzodiazepine antagonists in self-poisoning with benzodiazepines. 32 Consideration should also be given to clearing the ingested toxin from the stomach. The passage of a nasogastric tube should usually be considered and this is one indication for intubation of the trachea to prevent the risk of aspiration.
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Neurological Emergencies by Richard A. C. Hughes