Diazepam inhibits organophosphate-induced central respiratory depression.

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OBJECTIVES Current evidence suggests that mortality from acute organophosphate (OP) poisoning is partially mediated through central nervous system (CNS) respiratory center depression (CRD). However, the exact mechanism of OP-induced CRD is unknown. In these studies, the authors investigated the hypothesis that OP-induced CRD is the result of overstimulation… (More)

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@article{Dickson2003DiazepamIO, title={Diazepam inhibits organophosphate-induced central respiratory depression.}, author={Eric W. Dickson and Steven B Bird and Romolo Joseph Gaspari and Edward W. Boyer and C. F. Ferris}, journal={Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine}, year={2003}, volume={10 12}, pages={1303-6} }