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  • http://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/injuries;-poisoning/pois...
  • Acetaminophen poisoning can cause gastroenteritis within hours and hepatotoxicity 1 to 3 days after ingestion.
  • http://www.acep.org/Education/Continuing-Medical-Education-(CME)/...
  • The patient is diaphoretic with mild epigastric and right upper quadrant abdominal tenderness and no rebound or guarding; Murphy sign is negative.
  • http://www.hivandhepatitis.com/2009icr/ddw/docs/060509_a.html
  • Using prophylactic hypothermia (chilling) to treat ALF due to acetaminophen toxicity has also known promise, according to Todd Stravitz, MD, of Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond.
  • http://www.chp.edu/our-services/transplant/liver/education/liver-...
  • A doctor's first step in diagnosing acetaminophen toxicity is to get a complete history, including the time the medication was ingested, the amount of medication that was ingested, and what form of the medication was ingested.
  • http://www.wisegeek.net/what-is-acetaminophen-poisoning.htm
  • title="Vomiting can be an early sign of acetaminophen poisoning."
  • http://www.uptodate.com/contents/management-of-acetaminophen-para...
  • The clinical manifestations and diagnosis of acetaminophen poisoning in children and the evaluation and management of acetaminophen poisoning in adults is discussed separately. (See "Clinical manifestations and diagnosis of acetaminophen (paracetamol) po...
  • http://www.mountsinaifpa.org/patient-care/health-library/diseases...
  • Acetaminophen poisoning is an overdose of this medication.It can cause damage to the liver.
  • http://www.biospace.com/News/cumberland-pharmaceuticals-acetadote...
  • Since Cumberland Pharmaceuticals' U.S. introduction of the product in 2004, Acetadote has become a standard of care for treating acetaminophen poisoning.
  • http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/a/acetaminophen_poisoning/intro.htm
  • Acetaminophen poisoning: Excessive ingestion of a drug called acetaminophen.More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Acetaminophen poisoning is available below.
  • http://livertox.nlm.nih.gov/Acetaminophen.htm
  • Factors that increase the metabolism of acetaminophen through the P450 system (certain drugs, chronic alcohol use) or that decrease the availability of glutathione (fasting, malnutrition, alcoholism) can predispose to acetaminophen toxicity....
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    Acetaminophen is generally safe at recommended doses, but if you take more than that, even just a little more, it can cause serious, even fatal liver damage. In fact, acetaminophen poisoning is a leading cause of liver failure in this country....

    Help Patients Use Acetaminophen Safely (June 2009)
         
  • Acetaminophen toxicity is a leading cause of acute liver failure, resulting in an estimated 400 deaths in this country each year.

  • FDA: Don't Overdo It with Acetaminophen
           
    Acetaminophen is generally safe at recommended doses, but if you take more than that, even just a little more, it can cause serious, even fatal liver damage. In fact, acetaminophen poisoning is a leading cause of liver failure in this country....

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    Help Patients Use Acetaminophen Safely (June 2009)
           
    Acetaminophen toxicity is a leading cause of acute liver failure, resulting in an estimated 400 deaths in this country each year.

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    Acetaminophen vs Ibuprofen
           
    What is the difference between acetaminophen (commonly known as tylenol) and ibuprofen? Find out what you need to know before giving these medications to your child. Get more parenting tips from pediatric professionals at http://www.bundoo.com....

    Rat poison-coated lollipop: Child dies from severe blood loss after eating poisoned candy
           
    Tragedy struck a family in China’s eastern Shandong province when their 6-year-old suddenly collapsed and died before he could make it to a hospital. Xiao Li had been playing with neighborhood children and sucking on a lollipop when he suddenly colla...

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