CAS RN: 67-63-0


A) Monitor vital signs and mental status.
B) Obtain a metabolic panel, serum isopropyl alcohol and acetone concentrations. Ketonemia and ketonuria may present within 1 to 3 hours of ingestion, but acidosis is NOT expected. Isopropanol elevates measured serum osmolality.
C) Monitor for evidence of hemorrhagic gastritis (hemoccult stools, gastroccult emesis, hematocrit).
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