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Chloroquine poisoning

Chloroquine poisoning is mostly caused by excessive oral dose or long-term medication. Taking more than 3 times of the prescribed dose can cause severe poisoning, and sometimes serious toxic reactions occur due to the application of therapeutic dose. The toxic reaction of injectable drugs is large, and too fast intravenous injection can lead to sudden death. The original myocardial disease, liver and kidney dysfunction, potassium deficiency, body deficiency, and the application of digitalis are easy to cause poisoning.


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