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Sorry if this has already been discussed somewhere. The situation was such that the said person had eye muscle impairment (eyes asymmetrical and one drooping eye lid), ataxia, could hardly walk (had to be taken in a wheelchair), was anxious, sweating profusely, talking out loud to self, auditory illusions and most likely more. He had not had a drink for 10-12 hours. The alcohol withdrawal clinic in charge of his recovery used his BAL of 2,55 Promille as the excuse for not giving him any kind of medication. They also failed to start an IV, give him water or anything else. He did not survive. Thanks for any pointers to health regulations. I have been unable to find anything in the latest literature from WHO or elsewhere.
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