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EAPCCT Jan 15
Checking in for the first time. From Europe EAPCCT is here for
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Nathan Kunzler Jan 15
Excited for today!
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American College of Medical Toxicology Aug 27
Hey everyone! We're excited to announce our next tweetchat coming on 10/1 at 3PM EST! Featuring and his work on adverse events related to push dose pressors
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Alicia Lydecker May 28
Excited for this buprenorphine chat!
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Replying to @acmt
I think I’m my own category...
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John W. Downs MD MPH Apr 24
Tune into the next on 28 May.
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American College of Medical Toxicology May 29
A huge thank you to all our participants. stay tuned for our next tweetchat in the fall!
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Andrew Stolbach, MD, MPH May 28
Replying to @acmt
Because that’s where the patients are!
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Michael Chary Jan 15
Wondered why there is no phosphorous in this compound. Instead, it brings, from Greek, phos (light) and gene (born).
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Evan Schwarz May 28
Replying to @RyanMarino
Plus you generally have to be off opioids for 7-10 days to start & initially won’t do much for cravings
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Michael Toce May 28
Replying to @heshiegreshie
Without outpatient followup I just don't see how treatment would be sustainable. I worry about the time to outpatient followup being such a vulnerable time in a patient's care.
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NDEWS Jan 15
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Toxikon Chicago May 28
Toxikon Chicago In the room for another
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Mycyk May 28
Hello from Chicago . Looking forward to discussion about Buprenorphine in ED
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Toxikon Chicago Jan 15
Toxikon Consortium from Chicago is now here. Hello!
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Ari Filip May 28
Replying to @acmt
Hard to get buy-in at the main ED over here. We're interested in using bup to treat patients with OUD in our ED Obs unit. Des anyone have experience/success w/ this? Fortunately recent Herring/Perrone/Nelson paper in Annals offers a nice pathway for our APN’s.
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Michael Chary Jan 15
Replying to @kabasny
Or, perhaps high-dose diphenhydramine?
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Journal of Medical Toxicology May 28
Greetings firesidetox friends from JMT
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Michael Toce May 28
Replying to @acmt
Until they ...get waivered. Yes, that means you pediatricians/PEM docs!
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Mycyk Jan 15
Here is one reference: Parenteral ophthalmic tropicamide or cyclopentolate protects rats from lethal organophosphate poisoning. Bryant SM, et al. Am J Ther. 2009 May-Jun.
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