Introduction

The mainstay of acute poisoning management is intensive, although not necessarily invasive, supportive care. Toxin elimination is most efficiently accomplished first by a functioning liver and secondly by the kidney and lungs. Elimination techniques must be viewed as complementary gestures which cannot replace thoughtful attention to the vital functions of these body systems of self-defense. Elimination methods are rarely well studied, often inefficient, and at times harmful. Nonetheless, an understanding of available elimination techniques is necessary for the overall effective management of poisoning.

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