A fatal case of buflomedil self-poisoning: toxicological data and literature review

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Abstract

A fatal case of buflomedil (Fonzylane®) self-poisoning is presented. Drug identification and quantification in postmortem blood, urine and gastric contents was achieved by means of high pressure liquid chromatography with diode-array detection (HPLC/DAD). Blood concentration was 275 μg/ml, >70 times the usual therapeutic values. Toxicological results are discussed in the light of the existing literature. © 1995.

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Tracqui, A., Deveaux, M., Kintz, P., Mangin, P., & Gosset, D. (1995). A fatal case of buflomedil self-poisoning: toxicological data and literature review. Forensic Science International, 71(1), 43–49. https://doi.org/10.1016/0379-0738(94)01632-F

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