Prolonged neuropsychiatric effects following management of chloroquine intoxication with psychotropic polypharmacy. Clinical case reports Maxwell, N. M., Nevin, R. L., Stahl, S., Block, J., Shugarts, S., Wu, A. H., Dominy, S., Solano-Blanco, M. A., Kappelman-Culver, S., Lee-Messer, C., Maldonado, J., Maxwell, A. J. 2015; 3 (6): 379-387


Susceptibility to quinoline antimalarial intoxication may reflect individual genetic and drug-induced variation in neuropharmacokinetics. In this report, we describe a case of chloroquine intoxication that appeared to be prolonged by subsequent use of multiple psychotropic medications. This case highlights important new considerations for the management of quinoline antimalarial intoxication.

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