Analysis of risk factors, etiology and treatment standard of lithium poisoning.

This study illustrates the most important risk factors for lithium poisoning and their frequencies and contributes to raise awareness for this highly relevant topic. These data can help to prevent further cases of lithium poisoning. Furthermore, the results enable a comparison between the actual treatment reality and currently available evidence for the treatment of lithium poisoning. PMID: 30941458 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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