Image Based Question – 65512


A 5 year old child is brought to a clinician with nausea, vomiting and bluish discolouration of the body. The child was apparently well just hours ago but now very drowsy. While examining the child the mother happened to mention that tablets were missing from the medicine box shown in the picture below. ECG is normal apart from a mild tachycardia and chest is clear with normal vesicular breath sounds. Which of the following is the drug of choice in this specific situation?

A. Glucagon.

B. Methylene blue.

C. Atropine.

D. N-acetylcysteine.


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