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Poisoning by aminophylline and caffeine

Caffeine and aminophylline have similar pharmacological effects, but there are only differences in action intensity. Sodium benzoate caffeine (sodium benzoate) is a mixture of caffeine and sodium benzoate, containing anhydrous caffeine 47% ~ 50%; Aminophylline is a compound of theophylline and ethylenediamine. Caffeine poisoning is mostly caused by misuse or excessive therapeutic dosage.


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