Extreme Dose In Acute Zolpidem Intoxication - MDLinx

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Extreme dose in acute zolpidem intoxication
Extreme Dose In Acute Zolpidem Intoxication - MDLinx

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J ung, C., et al. - Zolpidem is a benzodiazepine-receptor-1-agonist and serves as a short-acting hypnotic agent for the treatment of insomnia and anxiety. Intoxications with Zolpidem, most in suicidal intent, are benign in the first place but can cause CNS and respiratory depression. Signs and symptoms are dose-regulated and exacerbated by co-ingestion of other CNS or respiratory depressants. Most clinical manifestations are somnolence, dizziness, amnesia, vomiting, ataxia and visual hallucinations with full recovery sponsor.

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Extreme dose in acute zolpidem intoxication