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Hall AP. 
“Ecstasy and the Anaesthetist”. 
Br J Anaesth. 1997 Dec;79(6):697-8.
Management of the acute manifestations of Ecstasy poisoning may often fall to the anaesthetist, both in the emergency room and in the intensive care unit. The chronic effects may not pose such a problem, although the profound 'hangover' effects of Ecstasy, often lasting 4-5 days, may have implications for the care of patients undergoing elective surgery within this period.
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