What is the treatment for bal overdose?

BAL = dimercaprol. Bal is "british anti-lewisite", a prescription medication given by injection for the removal of heavy metals such as lead and mercury. (it also combats lewisite, an arsenic-based chemical warfare agent). Overdose symptoms include nausea, vomiting, drowsiness, and seizure (convulsions). Treatment is supportive with protection of the airway, intravenous fluids, and a tincture of time.
Don't understand. Is your meaning of bal the medical abbreviation for bronchoalveolar lavage or something else? If the former, this question makes no sense.

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