Letter to the Editor
Self-poisoning with Pet Medications
To the Editor:
Many pet medications are pharmacologically similar to those prescribed for human use. We describe a case in which a pet's antiepileptic drug (phenobarbitone) was deliberately used for self-poisoning. To our knowledge, this is the first known instance of a deliberate self-poisoning utilizing pet medication.
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