Accidental clonidine patch ingestion in a child

Russ Horowitz, Suzan S Mazor, Steven E Aks, Jerrold B Leikin
American Journal of Therapeutics 2005, 12 (3): 272-4
A case of a pediatric ingestion of a clonidine patch is described. Symptoms included lethargy, bradycardia, and miosis. Treatment included naloxone, charcoal administration, and whole bowel irrigation. Gastrointestinal absorption of active drug can result in significant toxicity and treatment should focus on aggressive decontamination techniques.

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