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EC number: 242-060-2
CAS number: 18172-67-3
A patient attempting suicide ingested
400-500 mL pine oil and was admitted to the clinic. Since more than the
potentially lethal dose had been ingested hemoperfusions with activated
charcoal and amberlite and a hemodialysis were performed. Clinical signs
observed were: psychomotric excitation, head ache, erythem of mouth and
larynx, a flush of the face, ataxia, and a spontaneous hyperventilation.
With a latence of 10 h after ingestion the consciousness of the patient
was impaired and the circulatory parameters became instable although a
hypovolemy could be excluded. Three weeks later the patient left the
clinic without any bodily complaints.
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