EMETIC


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23) Many other drugs (apart from emetic chemotherapeutic regimes) are known to cause nausea--some at therapeutic doses, eg opioids, and some in toxicity, eg digoxin.
To prevent delayed emesis in patients receiving cisplatin and other high emetic risk agents, dexamethasone and aprepitant is recommended on day 2 and 3 as well.
During the emetic phase, the goal is to rapidly terminate the episode, preferably within 1 hour of onset.
It was nice to see pros--Nesser, Emetic Pratt, Navarrette, Danny Montoya, Sumner and Biebel--coming to check out the contest, even though Hammers vs Bangers happened on the same weekend.
Royal records show that George's physicians frequently administered emetic tartar, a potion that contained antimony.
Hypovolemia and pain also have "powerful" emetic effects, he added.
Lobelia can have an emetic effect in large doses, causing vomiting, and therefore should be used with caution.
cereus causes two distinct food poisoning syndromes, a rapid-onset emetic syndrome characterized by nausea and vomiting and a slower onset diarrheal syndrome.
After 10 mm, copper sulfate anhydride was administered orally in a dose of 50 mg/kg, then the number of retching (an emetic action without vomiting gastric materials) was recorded during the next to mm.
Bacillus cereus produces two distinct clinical syndromes: diarrheal and emetic (Table 1).