In Canada, Temposil is available as round, white 50-mg tablets engraved with the letters "LL" and "U13." The usual dosage is 50 or 100 mg every twelve hours. The drug should never be given to an intoxicated patient and preferably no sooner than 36 hours after the last drink.
In the event of an overdose, the patient should be given pure (100%) oxygen by mask or antihista-mines administered intravenously.
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