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A 16-year-old boy developed symptoms of acute upper airway compromise after chlorpromazine ingestion. The patient took six 100-mg Thorazine tablets "to help him sleep". Laryngeal-pharyngeal dystonia is a life-threatening form of dystonic reaction that is dose-dependent. In children, acute upper airway compromise should raise the suspicion of exposure to(More)
This work examines the previous Information Technology exposure of a group of first year pharmacy students , and solicits their opinions as to the validity of a curriculum which incorporated Information Technology (IT) workshops in pharmaceutical chemistry. Attention is focused toward the role that Information Technology makes in the learning experience of(More)
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