Link To Dr. Mellick’s YouTube Video: Disulfiram or Antabuse Reaction Emergency

In this post I link to and embed  Dr. Larry Mellick‘s [Link is to Dr. Mellick’s outstanding YouTube channel] YouTube video, Disulfiram or Antabuse Reaction Emergency, Apr 13, 2018. The video is very brief (4:50) and full of useful information.

Dr. Mellick writes in the introduction:

In this video a patient with a rare disulfiram reaction presents to the emergency department with hypotension, nausea and vomiting and generalized flushing. Treatment included pulse doses of epinephrine along with aggressive fluid replacement.

Here is the video embedded:

When you watch on YouTube, you can follow along with the auto-generated transcript which is usually very accurate.

To follow along with the auto-generated transcript, just click on “.  .  .” below the video screen on the far right.

A menu will come up:

  • Report
  • Open transcript

Click on Open transcript and the transcript will open. You can now watch the video and read along with the auto-generated transcript.



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