Poisoning is one of the most common causes of ICU admission. The vast majority of these patients do fine, with minimal supportive therapy and observation. However, occasional patients will progress to organ failures and potentially death. This chapter explores how to approach these patients, with an eye towards identification and prompt treatment of the critically ill.
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