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Charcoal haemoperfusion in drug intoxication



Charcoal haemoperfusion in drug intoxication



British Journal of Hospital Medicine 49(7): 493-496



Charcoal haemoperfusion will remove many toxins, and appears to be an attractively simple technique for doctors experienced in haemofiltration. The pharmacokinetics of most compounds and the overriding importance of supportive care do, however, relegate the technique to one of minor importance.

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