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Chlorpropamide-induced haemolytic anaemia.
  1. B. Saffouri,
  2. J. H. Cho,
  3. N. Felber

    Abstract

    A newly diagnosed diabetic patient, recently started on chlorpropamide, required emergency admission because of sudden onset of weakness and syncope. In vitro testing confirmed the diagnosis of chlorpropamide induced haemolysis, and withdrawal of the drug resulted in clinical recovery.

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