Patient collapsed after having beer at night

Chief complaint A 24-year-old male was presented with collapse. Description The patient was taken to the hospital by his friends when he collapsed in the morning. He was drunk last night and had couple of beer. Vitals BP on arrival 145/70 mmHg, a regular pulse of 62/min, RR: 17/min, and Glasgow Coma Scale (E1M3V1). Patient is having bluish tongue. Patient is non responsive but pupils were reactive to light. Lab reports Blood alcohol concentration of 200 mg/dL. No other drug abuse. How to manage this case?

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It nay be acute alcohol intoxication. Do MRI brain and EEG to rule out other pathology Send urine for toxicology. Inj Thiamine tds Tab Librium 25 mg bd Inj pantocid bd,inj zofer tds Antibiotic if required.

Use of librium is a blunder , in a patient with GCS 3 using a sedative is strictly not thinkable
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?Methylalchohal poisoning Maintain o2 Maintain Electrolytes Injection Monocef 1gm iv bd Injection Pan40 iv

Poisoning or SHOCK anaphylactic. Reassurance and counciling required. Inj ceftam 500mg bd iv slowly. Electrolytes balance and Multivitamin iv slowly. Aciloc iv SOS. Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude particularly MRI brain and 2D ECHO.and line of treatment.

Alcohol level is OK OK, not exceed for danger. May be Alcohol poisoning. May be he reactive to alcohol group, so he goes in anaphylactic shock

WHAT WAS THE REPORT OF EC G AND ECHO TROP T DID HE HAVE CARDIAC PROBLEM M R I SCAN BRAIN

May by cardiac problem suggest MRI Of Brain

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