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Case Report

Intoxication after Extreme Oral Overdose of Quetiapine to Attempt Suicide: Pharmacological Concerns of Side Effects

Table 1


ParameterTime after ingestion of quetiapine
26 h28 h29 h32 h37 h5162 h140 h331 h

Laboratory data:
Quetiapine, μg/L422027706464
Na+, mmol/L137140141138138
K+, mmol/L3.64.64.03.64.3
Cl-, mmol/L123116105105
Glucose, mmol/L8.968.125.945.045.665.49
CK, U/L3333173556966
Leucocytes (×109/L)12.066.616.236.215.46
CRP, mg/L32769611<3
Free T3, ng/L2.82.12.6
Free T4, ng/L18.614.112.0
TSH, mU/L6.048.563.35

Vital parameters:
BP syst., mmHg127110120130130
BP diast., mmHg8370807070
HR, beats/min140120908585
RR, resp./min121288
QTc [ms]436404388

CK: creatin kinase, CRP: c-reactive protein, T3: triiodothyronine, T4: tetraiodothyronine, TSH: thyroid-stimulating hormone, BP: blood pressure, HR: heart rate, RR: respiratory rate, QTc: cardiac QT interval (at a standardized heart rate of 60/minute).

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