Acute intoxication with terazosin


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Abstract

We report a first case of acute intoxication with terazosin in a 75-year-old man presenting with bradycardia and hypotension. The patient received supportive treatment and was discharged with no sequelae 48 hours after the admission. The coexistence of bradycardia and terazosin overdose has never been mentioned in any literature. This case report attempts to exemplify the possibility of this connection.

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