This information may assist clinicians in the assessment and management of common poisoning cases. However, it does not replace expert clinical assessment. The clinical toxicology service should be consulted for any poisoning where there may be diagnostic, management, treatment or disposition issues.
This information has been adapted from monographs developed by the Victorian Poisons Information Centre
and the Austin Toxicology Service (VPIC/ATS)
We kindly acknowledge Dr Shaun Greene, Medical Director of the VPIC and the Staff of VPIC/ATS
in the development of the monographs.
Amisulpride (Atypical Antipsychotic)
Calcium Channel Blockers
Digoxin (Acute OD)
Digoxin (Chronic OD)
Disc Battery Ingestion
Paracetamol - see PROMPT
Quetiapine (Atypical Antipsychotic)
Risperidone (Atypical Antipsychotic)
Snake Bite Management See PROMPT
Sufonylurea Oral Hypoglycaemics
Venlafaxine & Desvenlafaxine