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What is the treatment for promethazine overdose?
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Mazin Albert
General Practice
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In brief: Activated Charcoal
Phenergan (promethazine) or Promethazine overdose can be treated with activated charcoal to reduce the side effects of an overdose.
In addition to activated charcoal, IV fluids and other supportive treatments must be taken to control side effects such as low blood pressure.

In brief: Activated Charcoal
Phenergan (promethazine) or Promethazine overdose can be treated with activated charcoal to reduce the side effects of an overdose.
In addition to activated charcoal, IV fluids and other supportive treatments must be taken to control side effects such as low blood pressure.
Mazin Albert
Mazin Albert
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Mazin Albert
General Practice
3 doctors agree
In brief: Activated Charcoal
Phenergan (promethazine) or Promethazine overdose can be treated with activated charcoal to reduce the side effects of an overdose.
In addition to activated charcoal, IV fluids and other supportive treatments must be taken to control side effects such as low blood pressure.

In brief: Activated Charcoal
Phenergan (promethazine) or Promethazine overdose can be treated with activated charcoal to reduce the side effects of an overdose.
In addition to activated charcoal, IV fluids and other supportive treatments must be taken to control side effects such as low blood pressure.
Mazin Albert
Mazin Albert
Answer assisted by Mazin Albert, Medical Student
Thank
Mazin Albert
General Practice
3 doctors agree
In brief: Activated Charcoal
Phenergan (promethazine) or Promethazine overdose can be treated with activated charcoal to reduce the side effects of an overdose.
In addition to activated charcoal, IV fluids and other supportive treatments must be taken to control side effects such as low blood pressure.

In brief: Activated Charcoal
Phenergan (promethazine) or Promethazine overdose can be treated with activated charcoal to reduce the side effects of an overdose.
In addition to activated charcoal, IV fluids and other supportive treatments must be taken to control side effects such as low blood pressure.
Mazin Albert
Mazin Albert
Answer assisted by Mazin Albert, Medical Student
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