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Recovery without sequelae from severe methanol intoxication
  1. J. Martens,
  2. R. Verberckmoes,
  3. R. Westhovens,
  4. H. Delooz,
  5. P. Daenens

    Abstract

    A case of massive methanol poisoning is described. The peak serum methanol level of 287·5 mmol/litre (920 mg/dl) is by far the highest recorded level associated with complete recovery. This successful outcome can probably be attributed to early and prolonged haemodialysis.

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