To see all protocols that comply with the WHO Essential Medicine List 
 Fluoropyrimidine overdose or overexposure:

Fluoropyrimidine overdose or overexposure may result in severe or life-threatening toxicity. An antidote is available and is highly effective if given within 96 hours.  Read more about Fluoropyrimidine overdose or overexposure.

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14 Nov 2018