Plan for It: The 8 Signs of Alcohol Poisoning


04/13/18

How do you know when the celebrating goes too far? Alcohol poisoning can often be difficult to detect in the blur of the night and can lead to death if left untreated. According to Thomas Campbell, MD, physician at St. Joseph Health Primary Care University Drive, “Alcohol poisoning is caused by drinking a large amount of alcohol in a short period of time.” So before you throw back another glass, be sure to know the eight signs of alcohol poisoning.

How to Detect Symptoms of Alcohol Poisoning

In addition to learning the signs of alcohol poisoning, remember to locate your preferred ER so you know where to go when minutes matter. Each facility in our network of emergency rooms throughout the Brazos Valley follows the same exemplary standards and treatment protocols from St. Joseph Health’s Emergency & Trauma Center, the highest-rated trauma center in a nine-county area.

 The 8 Signs of Alcohol Poisoning

 

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