Aspirin Poisoning (cont.)
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Aspirin Poisoning Follow-up
People with acute, single ingestions of nonenteric-coated aspirin of less than 150 mg/kg who have no symptoms and have a nontoxic aspirin level after 6 hours may be released from the hospital. All others with aspirin poisonings will likely be treated in the emergency department, then hospitalized for further treatment and observation.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/2/2014
Hanan Al Hammadi, MD
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