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Summary of Poisoning

The hospital pharmacist is ideally situated to perform a good public service by helping to prepare and manage poison control centers. Most poison treatment centers and lots of poison information centers are founded in hospitals. Therefore, the logical person to maintain these centers is that the hospital pharmacist who is qualified to line up and maintain the antidotes needed for the emergency treatment of the everincreasing number of accidental poisonings. The National Clearinghouse for Poison Control Centers has noted that a poison center consists of a poison treatment center and a poison information center combined. Each hospital with a pharmacy should have a poison treatment center which should be co-ordinated with 'the local poison control center. Likewise every poison control center should have a hospital pharmacist on its committee. If there is not a hospital pharmacist active on the local center's committee then it's time something was done about it.