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  • Slide 1 - Antidotes Dr. F.L. Lau COS (AED) UCH
  • Slide 2 - Effective antidotes are limited Availability / stocking level variable Some very expensive (expire before use) Appropriate use can : reduce M&M avoid unnecessary investigation Not without risk—poison itself
  • Slide 3 - UCH Antidotes Use (1999-2004)
  • Slide 4 - Use of Antidote Consider risk benefit ratio Patients clinical status (e.g. Benzodiazepine) Appropriate laboratory result (Panadol) Expected pharmaceutical action of toxin Possible adverse reactions of antidote
  • Slide 5 - Case1 F/30 mental patient Found unconscious in bed with suicidal note RR 10/min, BP 100/80, pulse 60/min Pupil small (E&R) SaO2: 98% After initial stabilization What antidote will you use?
  • Slide 6 - Drug induced coma A alcohols & anticonvulsants B barbiturate & benzodiazepine & other sedatives C carbon monoxide & cyanide N neuroleptics O opiates & oral hypoglycemic T TCA & other tranquilizers
  • Slide 7 - Relative produce empty bags of Doloxene, Mogadon & Sinequan When would you give Narcan? Anexate? NaHCO3?
  • Slide 8 - Naloxone (Narcan) Indications Reversal of CNS & respiratory depression in opioid poisoning Also effective for clonidine +/- ethanol/benzo/valproic acid Diagnostic use for coma patient
  • Slide 9 - Naloxone (Narcan) Dosage: 0.4-2mg I.V. bolus, can be repeated up to 10 mg For chronic user, titrate with low dose (0.1mg) upward Infusion usually indicated (T ½ ~ 1 hour) -2/3 initial effective close hourly Caution: Rapid reversion cause withdrawal seizure Pulmonary edema & vent. fibrillation
  • Slide 10 - Flumazenil (Anexate) Pure competitive benzodiazepine receptor antagonist Indications Post op or post procedure reversal of benzodiazepine sedation Rapid reversal of benzodiazepine – induced coma & resp. depression as a diagnostic aid or avoid intubation
  • Slide 11 - Flumazenil (Anexate) Cautions Oral benzodiazepine overdose never life-threatening In chronic user cause withdrawal & convulsion In polydrug overdose, removal of protective effective of benzodiazepine unmask convulsion or arrhythmia of TCA or cocaine Dosage: Titrate with response starting 0.2mg I.V. over 30 sec Up to 3mg
  • Slide 12 - Case1 F/30 mental patient Found unconscious in bed with suicidal note RR 10/min, BP 100/80, pulse 60/min Pupil small (E&R) SaO2: 98% Compatible with TCA poisoning?
  • Slide 13 - NaHCO3 Indications 1. Reverse sodium channel blockers overdose TCA Antiarrhythmic 1a: Quindine, procainamide & disopyramide 1c: Encainide & flecaimide Propanolol Propoxyphene (Doloxene) Phenothiazines (melleril) Diphenhydramine (benadryl) Cocaine
  • Slide 14 - Quinidine-like effect Myocardial depression – hypotension Reduce excitability – heart block Reduce conduction velocity – wide QRS Delay repolarization – prolong QTc Sodium ion load & alkalaemia reverse membrane depressant effects Indicated if QRS > 0.1 sec, hypotension & bradycardia Dosage: 1-2mEq/Kg bolus repeated q 5-10 min till pH: 7.45-7.5 or QRS shorten to normal
  • Slide 15 - NaHCO3 Urinary alkalinazation Enhance elimination of salicylate & phenobarbital Prevent renal deposition of myoglobin after rhadomyolysis 100 ml NaHCO3 in 1 litre of D5 in 0.25% saline at 150ml/hour Adjust rate to maintain urine pH7-8 Add 20 mEq/L of potassium
  • Slide 16 - NaHCO3 3.Correction of Acidaemia For poisoning of methanol ethylene glycol salicylate
  • Slide 17 - What if the patient taken a bottle of industrial alcohol ? What antidote to use?
  • Slide 18 - Ethanol Compete with methanol/ethylene glycol Higher affinity for alcohol dehydrogenase Allow toxic alcohol excreted avoiding toxic metabolite production Indication Symptoms of toxicity/anion gap metabolic acidosis with history of ingestion
  • Slide 19 - Ethanol Dosage: Loading: 750 mg/kg Maintenance: 100-150 mg/kg/hr to keep serum level 100mg/dL Increase rate with dialysis (Fomepizole : not A/V in HK)
  • Slide 20 - Case II M/30 Well all along Recent depression after diagnosis of T.B. Status epilepticus 1 hour after dinner Poor response to all anticonvulsants What is your DDX?
  • Slide 21 - Drug induced convulsion Status epilepticuts Organophosphate Tricyclic antidepressant Amoxopine Isoniazid INAH Sympathomimetic Camphor, cocaine cocaine Amphetamines Amphetamines Methylxanthines theophylline Phencyclidine Benzodiazepine withdrawal Ethenol withdrawal ethanol withdrawal Lithium, lidocaine Lead Lead Tetramine
  • Slide 22 - Pyridoxine (vit B6) INAH inhibit brain pyridoxal phosphate decrease GABA levels causing repeated seizure block liver metabolism causing lactate acidosis High dose Pyridoxine control the convulsion Also correct the lactic acidosis Adjunct therapy for ethylene glycol poisoning (Glyoxylic acid to glycine) Dosage: 1 gm pyridoxine per gram of INAH or empirically 5g I.V.I.
  • Slide 23 - If no response, think of tetramine Especially if no evidence of suicidal drug ingestion
  • Slide 24 - DMPS Sodium dimercaptopropane sulfonate is related to BAL (dimercaprol) & succimer (dimercaptosuccinic acid) All are chelating agents DMPS & succimer also useful for non-metalic pesticide -Tetramine
  • Slide 25 - H H S S R1 C C R2 H H R2 R1 Compound H CH2OH BAL COOH COOH Succimer CH2SO2Na H DMPS
  • Slide 26 - Mechanism of action unknown (? Dithiol group) Proven in animal study control convulsion & mortality Many studies in China show effectiveness Study not vigorous
  • Slide 27 - Journal of China Clin Med 2002 Cheng Kids Rx Death Disable 20 DMPS + Valium 0 0 4 Luminal + Valium 3 1 Henan Journ Pract Neuro Diseae: Yee 10 DMPs 0 deaths 11 control 2 deaths
  • Slide 28 - Action within 30 min. reduce convulsion Side effect mild: allergic reactions, vertigo & weakness
  • Slide 29 - Dosage No standard protocol Na-DMPS 0.25 mg IMI (0.5 mg/kg for child), response within 30 mins Can be repeated 30-60 min. to max. 1gm/day Then 2 doses on D2 Then 1 dose daily for 2-3 weeks
  • Slide 30 - Adjunct therapy Vit B6 0.5-1.5/D I.V. plasmaphoresis
  • Slide 31 - If taken huge dose of organophosphate, what is the antidote?
  • Slide 32 - Atropine For organophosphate or carbamate poisoning Anti-muscarinic effect & central effect Will not reverse nicotinic effects Dosage: 1mg I.V. titrated as needed May need huge doses Endpoint: drying of secretions and lung clear
  • Slide 33 - Pralidoxime Reverse cholinesterase inhibition Reactivate phosphorylated cholinesterase enzyme (before it aged) Most pronounced with organophosphate Also in carbamate with nicotinic toxicity May precipitate myasthenic crisis Rapid infusion : tachycardia, laryngospasm, muscle rigidity
  • Slide 34 - Pralidoxime Dosage: 1-2 gm IV over 30 min Repeat the dose if muscle weakness not improved Followed by infusion 200-500 mg/hr May need several days (for fat soluble one, avoid intermediate syndrome)
  • Slide 35 - Patient was on TCA, which is known to have anticholinergic property What is the antidote for anticholingergic poisoning? Should we use it?
  • Slide 36 - Physostigmine Reversible inhibitor of acetyl cholinesterase Tertiary amine cross BBB exerting central cholinergic effects Onset of action a few minute & half life ~ 30 min Non-specific arousal reticular activating system
  • Slide 37 - Physostigmine Indication Severe anticholinergic poisoning – agitated delirium, seizure + (coma, severe hypertension, arrhythmia and hypothermia). Sometimes diagnostic test for delirium (functional/anticholinergic)
  • Slide 38 - Physostigmine Contraindications Not for TCA poisoning Aggravate arrhythmia & induce convulsion Not for non-specific coma Unless pure anticholinergic toxidrome Not with depolarizing NM blockers (scoline)
  • Slide 39 - Dosage Diagnostic trial 1mg IV slowly over 5 min Therapeutic 0.5mg I.V. repeated every 5 min till 2mg or desired effect Atropine standby to reverse excessive muscarinic stimulation
  • Slide 40 - Case III M/30 Worker caught in factory fire No burn nor smoke inhalation, SaO2 90% Persistent hypotension, acidosis What antidote to use?
  • Slide 41 - Oxygen 100% or hyperbaric For possible carbon monoxide poisoning Also for : hypoxaemia from toxic lung injury Cellular respiration inhibitor (cyanide & H2S) Use with care in paraquat poisoning aggravate lipid peroxidation in lung resulting in fibrosis)
  • Slide 42 - Co-oximetry: COHb level: 10% What antidote to use?
  • Slide 43 - Cyanide Kit Sodium nitrite (Amyl nitrite) Produce cyanide – scavenging methemoglobin 1 dose produce 20-30% met Hb C/1 pre-existing methemoglobinaemia > 40% hypotension & concurrent CO poisoning Dosage: NaNO2 300mg I.V. over 3-5min Half dose can be repeated if no response within 30 min
  • Slide 44 - Sodium thiosulphate Sulfur donor that promote convertion of cyanide to thiocyanate Non-toxic can be used empirically Also for prophylaxis during Nitroprusside infusion Cause burning sensation, muscle clamping & twitching Dosage: 12.5g IV at 5ml/min Half dose can be repeated after 30-60 min
  • Slide 45 - Hydroxocohalamin Synthetic form of Vit B12 Exchange with plasma cyanide to give non-toxic cyanocobalamin Minimal adverse effect Brown coloration of body fluid (interfere lab test) Nausea/vomiting Muscle twitching & spasm Dosage: Give 50 times of cyanide exposed or empirically 4gm
  • Slide 46 - Other antidotes Methanol Ethanol Ethylene glycol Fomepizole* Panadol Acetylcysteine Calcium channel blocker Ca cl Hydrogen floride Ca gluconate Oral hypoglycaemic D50 Insulin Octreotide Arseric, Hg, Lead Dimercaprol, Succimer* Beta blockers Glucagon Methaemoglobinaemia Methylene blue Warfarin Vit K1 Iron Deferoxamine
  • Slide 47 - Other antidotes Heparin Protamine sulphate Methotrexate, Methanol Folinic acid* Valproic acid carnitine* Digoxin Digoxin-specific antibodies (digibind) Stone fish sting Stone fish antivenom Bamboo snake specific antivenin Russell riper Chinese Cobra King Cobra Banded Krait Botulism Botulinum antitoxin*
  • Slide 48 - Minimal Stocking Level AED Hospital Know where to get at odd hour Need a central station (PCC?) Stock taking in all AEDs/Hospital Pharmacies
  • Slide 49 - Thank you

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