In order to save me time, I am hoping someone would send me this evidence - it would be quite a help.
It would help me a lot if I could be sent those articles which show that if a level is zero or below X at 2 hours then there will be no toxic level at 4 hours and that this is not affected by whether the stomach is full or not at the time of supposed ingestion.
From what you write, you appear to have already looked carefully at this. Do you still have those articles to hand?
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Subject: RE: Possible Acetaminophen ingestion - level timing
Date: Sun, 15 Feb 2015 17:01:17 -0600
That language and attitude sets an impossibly high bar for evidence based medicine. In fact, it is tantamount to rationalizing that parachutes aren't needed because there is no published RCT supporting their use.Three people spouted dogma. Dr. Wilkerson cited a reference. At this point, as a disinterested party, I would say the preponderance of evidence favors early discharge if the 2 hr level is not detectable. Kevin Powell MD PhD FAAPPediatric hospitalistSaint Louis, MO
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