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midazolam

flumazenil

1

fentanyl

naloxone

2

benzodiazepines except nalbuphine

naloxone

3

zolpidem

flumazenil

4

tubocurarine, mivacurium, atracurium, vecuronium, rocuronium, pancuronium

neostigmine

5

rocuronium

neostigmine, sugammadex (novel reversal agent)

6

thioridizine (fatal overdose)

sodium bicarbonate

7

lithium

hemodialysis

8

TCA

bicarbonate

9

opioids except nalbuphine

naloxone

10

methotrexate

leucovorin/ folinic acid

11

cyclophosphamide

mesna

12

doxorubicin

dexrazone

13

cisplatin

amifostine

14

carbon monoxide

100% oxygen, hyperbaric oxygen chamber

15

chlorinated hydrocarbons

atropine + pralidoxime (within 6-8 hrs)

16

acute inorganic lead poisoning

dimercaprol

17

chronic inorganic lead poisoning

oral succimer; edta +/- dimercaprol & high dietary calcium

18

acute arsenic poisoning

dimercaprol

19

chronic arsenic poisoning

dimercaprol

20

acute inorganic mercury poisoning

oral succimer or IM dimercaprol

21

chronic inorganic mercury poisoning

succimer & unithiol

22

iron poisoning

deferoxamine

23

antimuscarinic drugs

physostigmine

24

cholinergic drugs (organophosphate poisoning)

atropine & pralidoxime

25

opioids

naloxone

26

salicylates

alkaline diuresis or hemodialysis

27

sedative-hypnotics

flumazenil

28

tricyclic antidepressants

sodium bicarbonate (acidosis & cardiotoxicity); NE (hypotension)

29

acetaminophen

acetylcysteine

30

quinidine, TCAs

bicarbonate

31

fluoride, CCBs

calcium

32

digoxin

digoxin Ab (digibind)

33

caffeine, theophylline, sympathomimetics

esmolol

34

methanol, ethylene glycol

ethanol, fomepizole

35

beta adrenoreceptor blockers

glucagon

36

hypoglycemics

glucose

37

cyanide

hydroxycobalamin; inhaled amyl nitrite + IV Na nitrite + IV Na thiosulfate

38

opioid analgesics

naloxone

39

heparin

protamine sulfate

40

warfarin

vitamin K, FFP