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What is the treatment for dramamine (dimenhydrinate) overdose?
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Dr. Edward Smith
Neurology
In brief: Support
If serious enough, impairing vital processes such as temperature regulation, breathing, heart function, etc.
The overdosed person should be immediately treated in hospital with IV fluids, respiratory support and whatever measures are called for. Generally the toxicity should only last a day or so unless the person is already severely damaged.

In brief: Support
If serious enough, impairing vital processes such as temperature regulation, breathing, heart function, etc.
The overdosed person should be immediately treated in hospital with IV fluids, respiratory support and whatever measures are called for. Generally the toxicity should only last a day or so unless the person is already severely damaged.
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