Pediatric Tramadol Ingestion Resulting in Seizurelike Activity: A Case Series

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Abstract

Tramadol has been reported to cause seizures in therapeutic dosing and in overdose. We present a series of 2 infants poisoned with tramadol, both presenting with abnormal neurologic findings: either seizures or seizurelike activity. Tramadol poisoning should be considered in the differential diagnosis of dystonia and seizures.

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