Does a soft drink mixture improve tolerance of activated charcoal in the adult poisoned patient without affecting efficacy? A randomized crossover trial
The purpose of this study is to learn if mixing activated charcoal with a soft drink improves the taste of the charcoal without affecting its ability to prevent absorption of medicine.
This study involves three visits, one for assessing eligibility and two study dates. During the study dates you will take a charcoal-mixture with water or a soft drink after taking acetaminophen. You will have blood draws at time intervals to find out your blood acetaminophen levels. Study takes place at UB's South campus.
To determine if a soft drink and activated charcoal mixture adequately reduces systemic absorption in healthy adults who have taken acetaminophen.
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Adult male ages 18-35.
Have no liver, kidney, or GI medical conditions.
Have no history of drug or alcohol abuse.
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