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Managing Alcohol Poisoning in the ER: Antidotes’ Use! – Pre test
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Question 1 of 6
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- In case of severe alcohol poisoning, a patient will have high anion gap metabolic acidosis
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The use of activated charcoal is considered 1st line therapy for management of alcohol intoxicationCorrectIncorrect
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There is no currently available antidote for ethanol poisoningCorrectIncorrect
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The following regimen can be used as an antidote for alcohol intoxication:CorrectIncorrect
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The use of antidotes in severe poisoning substitute dialysis:CorrectIncorrect
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- Most of alcohol poisoning cases admitted to ER are related to heavy drinking.