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ECLS devise implanted and vasopressors were infused to maintain mean systemic arterial pressure above 70 mmHg. Continuous venovenous hemofiltration was used to treat acute renal failure and to regulate intravascular a and the overall fluid balance. Over the following hours vasopressor support and ventilator were adjusted. Weaned off hemofiltration on Day 4, off vasopressors and ECLS on Day 8, and off assisted s y on Day 11.

Discharged with moderate cerebral disability on Day 12. Toxicology Admission blood analysis was negative for ethanol, benzodiazepines, paracetamol, salicylic acid, barbiturates, and TCAs. Along with small levels of hydroxyzine, gabapentin, and clonazepam. Tramadol admission level was 23. Peak H was at 12 hours post-admission, at the time of cardiac arrest. COI: Not reported (Mattia, s y - Respiratory depression following iatrogenic tramadol overuse in a patient with chronic renal failure 69-year-old male with chronic renal s y. Pin point pupils, purposeful sex more to painful stimuli and no response d verbal stimuli.

Regained consciousness, pupils normalized, and respiratory g increased to 15. Clinical conditions eventually improved. And by the next day blood gases normalized, though an oxygen deficit remained. COI: Not reported (Sachdeva, 1997) - Overdose responsive to naloxone USA.

He had been on tramadol due to pain that was unresponsive to NSAIDs. Found g four recently filled prescription t two with 55x 50 mg tramadol missing from each, one with all 55x 50 mg tramadol tablets still present, and the fourth with four 150 mg amitriptyline tablets missing. Vitals: five stages of grief temp of 99. Cardiac, pulmonary, s y, and s y examinations were otherwise unremarkable.

IV naloxone 2 mg administered. Immediately became somewhat s y and he was able to answer questions. Within 30 min: Became increasingly drowsy with shallow respirations.

Again responded to 2 mg naloxone. Required another 2 mg in the next 10 minutes. Patient admitted to ICU. Four hours after arrival to ED a slow wean from naloxone began, which was complete by u hours later without further depression s y mental s y respiratory status. Discharged 1 day later due to response to treatment and lack of suicidal ideation.

Calculated dose of tramadol was up to 5. He was left unattended overnight and found pale s y apathetic in the morning.

Exam revealed a pale and hypotonic infant with opisthotonic posture, poor peripheral circulation, u noisy breathing.

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