Listen up, medical students! Eventually, you are going to see this. Learn how to recognize the symptoms cocaine toxicity–including the effects of levamisole as a cutting agent. View this post to go to the flashcard video!
Medical Students: Remember, Mad as a Hatter, Dry as a Bone, Blind as a Bat, Hot as Hell, Red as a Beet! This video summarizes the anticholinergic toxidrome and includes sources and touches on treatment, most of which is supportive. Click the post to view the video!
Classic medical student mnemonic for substances causing nystagmus. Essentially alcohols, hypno-sedatives, solvents and some anti-seizure medications. Don’t forget Wernickie’s Encephalopathy (T = Thiamine deficiency) and the classic triad of: acute confusion, ataxia, and opthalmoplegia.