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Accidental glibenclamide ingestion in an infant: clinical and electroencephalographic aspects

L Pavone, F Mollica, S Musumeci, S Marino, G Pampiglione
Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 1980, 22 (3): 366-71
The clinical and EEG features of an infant during and after a severe episode of glibenclamide-induced hypoglycaemia are reported, with a 12-month follow-up. The very few cases reported in the literature, together with the present report, suggest that the neurological sequelae of severe hypoglycaemia resulting from ingestion of this drug are due to more patchy involvement of the central nervous system than would be expected from experimental work on hypoglycaemia.

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