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DuoDote Autoinjector - Symptom Recognition and Administration

by Beth L. Beam, PhD, RN.


- Published: 01/26/2022 | Running Time: 08:10

DuoDote autoinjectors are intended for the initial treatment of organophosphorus nerve agents or insecticides poisoning and should be administered by EMS personnel trained in the recognition and treatment of such situations.

The ability to identify mild and severe symptoms of organophosphorus nerve agents or insecticides poisoning, and knowing the correct DuoDote dosing and administration technique will help you provide optimum care for people exposed to organophosphates.

Learning Objectives


After completing this module you will be able to:

  • Recognize the symptoms of mild exposure to organophosphorus nerve agents or insecticides.
  • Recognize the symptoms of severe exposure to organophosphorus nerve agents or insecticides.
  • Describe DuoDote dosage procedures for mild and severe exposure to organophosphorus nerve agents or insecticides.

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