CAS RN: 77-10-1


A) Monitor vital signs and mental status.
B) Evaluate patient carefully for evidence of trauma.
C) In symptomatic patients, monitor serum electrolytes, renal function, liver enzymes, CK, and coagulation studies to investigate for complications from prolonged agitation and hyperthermia.
D) Specific PCP concentrations are not readily available and not useful in managing acute intoxication. They also do not correlate well with level of intoxication/symptoms. Some urine drug screens include PCP as part of their screening, but many do not and false positive results are not uncommon.
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