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17 mmol/L [2], and salicylate poisoning is not a rare occurrence.
Another possibility is that undissolved tablets accumulate in the stomach of a patient with gastric outlet obstruction, resulting in acute salicylate poisoning.
This form of salicylate poisoning is rare in the United States, with 38 cases reported in 1981 to the Bureau of Poison Control of the Food and Drug Administration.
As a check on the completeness of case ascertainment, the poisons unit at RCH was asked to provide data on trends in discharges and deaths due to salicylate poisoning between January 2004 and December 2008.