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Chlorpromazine poisoning

Chlorpromazine is a derivative of phenothiazine. At present, the commonly used drugs are chlorpromazine (dongmianling), acetylpromazine, promethazine, perphenazine, trifluoperazine, etc. chlorpromazine poisoning is mostly caused by overdose or children taking large amounts by mistake. Occasionally, allergic reaction occurred due to the application of therapeutic dose.


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