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Successful intravenous lipid emulsion therapy: Olanzapine intoxication


Abstract Olanzapine is an antipsychotic drug used in psychiatric diseases. At high doses it exhibits cardiovascular and neurological sideeffects in particular. Lipid emulsion therapy for the removal of medication from plasma in high-dose lipophilic drug use has recently become very widespread. In the light of current literature, this report discusses the successful…

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