Acute pulmonary edema after polyethylene glycol intestinal lavage in a child.

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OBJECTIVE To report the case of an eight-year-old girl, without preexisting cardiac or renal disease, who developed acute pulmonary edema and severe respiratory distress after balanced electrolyte with polyethylene glycol (BE-PEG) intestinal lavage. CASE SUMMARY During the nasogastric infusion of a one-liter dose of BE-PEG (OCL, Abbott), the patient… (More)

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@article{Paap1993AcutePE, title={Acute pulmonary edema after polyethylene glycol intestinal lavage in a child.}, author={Christopher M Paap and R. Ehrlich}, journal={The Annals of pharmacotherapy}, year={1993}, volume={27 9}, pages={1044-7} }