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Table 2 Previous reports showing distigmine and rivastigmine intoxication

From: Opposite changes in blood pressure and pulse rate in two patients with distigmine and rivastigmine intoxication

 BP, mmHgPR, bpmAge, yearsSexSerum ChE, IU/LRef
(A) Distigmine69/406077F8case #1
Shock62M7[4]
Shock72F11[5]
Shock76F11[6]
ND3077MND[7]
50 (palpation)4078M13[8]
60/345675M4[9]
88/504870sM6[10]
93/523271M41[11]
97/465554F3[12]
97/645040sF17[13]
100 (palpation)5672M1[14]
100/6010273F76[15]
104/605673M16[16]
104/669463M0.06ΔpH*[17]
119/373967F26[18]
120/688865M564 (range, 3000-6500)[19]
120/7611856M73[20]
(B) Rivastigmine202/868391F22case #2
120/808970FND[3]
150/8010687MND[21]
169/1198838M947 U/g hemoglobin (range, 2710-11510 U/g)[22]
180/907959M6.0 μkat/L (range, 60–190 μkat/L)[23]
186/618391F35[24]
207/8510180FND[25]
  1. Vital signs and serum cholinesterase (ChE) upon initial presentation are summarized for patients A (distigmine) and B (rivastigmine)
  2. BP blood pressure, PR pulse rate, ND not determined
  3. *Reference article did not include the reference range