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  1. Lithium is a prescription medicine used to treat bipolar disorder . This article focuses on lithium overdose, or toxicity. Acute toxicity occurs when you ...
  2. ... may be caused by: Certain medicines, such as lithium Genetic problems High level of calcium in the ... years of use of some medicines, such as lithium, nephrogenic DI can be permanent. Hereditary nephrogenic DI ...
  3. ... used to treat abnormal beating of the heart Lithium, used to treat bipolar disorder Phenytoin or valproic ... mL (6.40 to 21.34 micromol/L) Lithium: 0.8 to 1.2 mEq/L (0. ...
  4. ... include: Antibiotics Antidepressants Some high blood pressure medicines Lithium Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) Water pills (diuretics) ...
  5. ... may be found in nutritional supplements or antacids) Lithium Thiazide diuretics (water pills) Thyroxine Vitamin D Drinking ... like substance. Use of certain medicines such as lithium, tamoxifen, and thiazides. A lower than normal levels ...
  6. ... metals such as sodium, potassium, magnesium, phosphorous, and lithium. Treat the person for shock if they appear ...
  7. ... kidney disease or kidney failure . Medicines such as lithium and thiazide diuretics (water pills). Some infections or ...
  8. ... causes of hypothyroidism include: Certain medicines, such as lithium and amiodarone, and some types of chemotherapy Congenital ( ...
  9. ... Norplant) Cyclosporine Cytarabine Growth hormone Isotretinoin Levothyroxine (children) Lithium carbonate Minocycline Nalidixic acid Nitrofurantoin Phenytoin Steroids (starting ...
  10. ... Some medicines, including antimalaria drugs, beta-blockers, and lithium Stress Too little sunlight Too much sunlight (sunburn) ...
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