Your 3-year-old patient has found her father's "vape station" and had a drink of some nicotine base. Even for a young child, she seems to be producing excessive secretions from her nose and mouth. What does this mean?

This issue explores poisoning and toxidromes: a collection of signs and symptoms associated with particular groups of poisons. In addition, the appropriate assessment and management of patients who have been poisoned, is reviewed.

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