Extracorporeal Treatment for Metformin Poisoning: Systematic Review and Recommendations From the Extracorporeal Treatments in Poisoning Workgroup

@article{Calello2015ExtracorporealTF,
  title={Extracorporeal Treatment for Metformin Poisoning: Systematic Review and Recommendations From the Extracorporeal Treatments in Poisoning Workgroup},
  author={Diane P. Calello and Kathleen D. Liu and Timothy J. Wiegand and Darren M. Roberts and Val{\'e}ry Lavergne and Sophie Gosselin and Robert S. Hoffman and Thomas D. Nolin and Marc Ghannoum},
  journal={Critical Care Medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={43},
  pages={1716–1730}
}
Background:Metformin toxicity, a challenging clinical entity, is associated with a mortality of 30%. The role of extracorporeal treatments such as hemodialysis is poorly defined at present. Here, the Extracorporeal Treatments In Poisoning workgroup, comprising international experts representing diverse professions, presents its systematic review and clinical recommendations for extracorporeal treatment in metformin poisoning. Methods:A systematic literature search was performed, data extracted… 

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Extracorporeal Treatment in Phenytoin Poisoning: Systematic Review and Recommendations from the EXTRIP (Extracorporeal Treatments in Poisoning) Workgroup.

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Metformin toxicity: A meta-summary of case reports

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