Hossein Sanaei-Zadeh

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Letter to the editor Tramadol is nowadays one of the most commonly abused drugs in Iran. In our country, few emergency physicians have never visited a tramadol-intoxicated patient referring after overdose or with side effects of its use. One of the complications of tramadol use, abuse, or overdose is seizure [1-4]. It has been shown that the(More)
Dear Editor, I read with interest the case presented by Wilson et al. [1] recently published in cardiovascular Toxicology. They reported a case of 17-year-old male who had been diagnosed with transient coronary vasospasms as a result of drinking a disproportionate amount of caffeinated energy drinks (3–4 Redbull Ò 80 mg of caffeine/can and 2–3 Monster Ò 160(More)
Dear Editor, I read with interest the study conducted by Mostafazadeh and colleagues regarding the blood levels of methemoglo-bin in patients with aluminum phosphide poisoning and its correlation with patient's outcome published in your journal [1]. In this study, the authors have shown for the first time that in almost all aluminum phosphide (AlP)-poisoned(More)
The present study aimed to evaluate the effectiveness of morphine and meperidine (pethidine) as pain relief in opioid-dependent patients with acute pain. A total of 122 opioid-dependent patients with acute pain were included in the study. Their pain severity was assessed, using visual analog scale (VAS) scores ranging from 0 to 10. The patients randomly(More)