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    Intravenous lipid emulsion (ILE) has been used widely for the treatment of poisoning due to local anesthetic agent and is increasingly reported as a therapy for other forms of poisoning. This article will review the proposed mechanisms of action for ILE in poisoning and the evidence from animal studies and human experience supporting the use of ILE for poisoning due to nonlocal anesthetic agents.


    Mark A Kostic, Marc Gorelick. Review of the use of lipid emulsion in nonlocal anesthetic poisoning. Pediatric emergency care. 2014 Jun;30(6):427-33; quiz 434-6

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    PMID: 24892685

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