Deaths from low dose paracetamol poisoning

@article{Barnes1998DeathsFL,
  title={Deaths from low dose paracetamol poisoning},
  author={J. Barnes and M. Abban and P. Howarth},
  journal={BMJ},
  year={1998},
  volume={317},
  pages={1654}
}
Editor—The lesson of the week by Bridger et al on deaths from low dose paracetamol poisoning was most welcome but probably titled incorrectly.1 None of the patients in the cases described took low doses of paracetamol. What did happen was that the current national guidelines for treating patients after poisoning with paracetamol failed to protect these patients. We suspect that many doctors will have read these cases and dismissed them as poor management, assuming, for example, that the… Expand
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