Drugs of Abuse: Ethanol, Methanol & Ethylene Glycol – Toxicology | Lecturio

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– Ethylene Glycol
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FROM THE VIDEO:
“Fomepizole is a drug that inhibits alcohol dehydrogenase. So, it allows methanol itself to be excreted unchanged in the urine so you don’t build up toxic levels of formaldehyde. Ethanol is a competitive inhibitor of methanol intoxication and metabolism, so sometimes we will actually treat methanol toxicity with ethanol. Myself have treated a number of patients who had drink wood alcohol or methanol with intravenous ethanol to the point where we actually had to intubate them and put them on ventilators to compensate for the severe intoxication from the ethanol until they can clear the methanol and then they just were allowed to wear off the ethanol on their own…”
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