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Management of poisoning is the prime objective of this sqadia.com medical video lecture. This V learning lecture provides a detailed comprehension of definition of poisoning, management and treatment, specific management along with the increasing drug elimination and forced alkaline diuresis. Furthermore, antidotes and their various types have been explicated.
Introduction to Poisoning
In this lecture, management of poisoning is explained. Section one is about introduction to poisoning. Initially, educator tells what is poisoning? Then talks about the definition of a poison. Following this, principles of management and treatment is discussed. Lastly, terminate exposure is elaborated.
Section two is about specific management. Educator begins by giving information about specific management. After that induced emesis is explained. Following this, adsorbents are discussed. Likewise, gastric lavage is elucidated. At last, technique of gastric lavage is reported.
Increasing Drug Elimination
Section three is about increasing drug elimination. Educator talk about increasing drug elimination in which primarily catharsis is focused along with its indications and contraindications. Moreover, whole bowel irrigation is discussed.
Forced Alkaline Diuresis
Section four is about forced alkaline diuresis. In the beginning, forced alkaline diuresis is discussed. Hemodialysis is elaborated. Next, peritoneal dialysis is pursued. Hemoperfusion is also explained.
Section five is about antidotes. Earlier in this section, information about antidotes is given. Educator tells about chemical antidotes, mechanical antidotes, and physiological antidote. After that types of antidotes are pursued.