The Relationship between Rhabdomyolysis and Alcohol Ingestion in Doxylamine Intoxicated Patients

      Doxylamine is commonly used to relieve insomnia, and it's also an intoxicating drug frequently used in Korea. This drug is relatively safe, but is known to induce rhabdomyolysis on occasion. We saw many cases of alcohol ingestions in doxylamine intoxications, but few previous studies have documented the effects of alcohol on rhabdomyolysis. Thus, the purpose of this study was to determine the effect of alcohol on rhabdomyolysis in doxylamine-intoxicated patients.
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