2) The recommendations, which have been endorsed by the American College of Medical Toxicology and the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, cover a wide range of measures addressing air, water, beach, and food issues, and they can be applied in any oil-exposure situation.
What does AACT stand for?
AACT stands for American Academy of Clinical Toxicology
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- American Association of Classified School Employees
- Advanced Access Content System License Administrator (also seen as AACS LA)
- Asian American Cancer Support Network
- Athletic Academic and Counseling Support Program (Baltimore City Community College; Baltimore, Maryland)
- Aluminum Alloy Conductor Steel Reinforced
- Acorn Approved Centre of Technology
- Advanced Application Certification Testing (NMCI)
- Airbus Active Learning and Competence-Focused Training
- Aisin Automotive Casting Tennessee (Clinton, TN)
- American Association of Candy Technologists
- American Association of Community Theatre
- Arts And Crafts Time
- African American Council of the Arts
- Anne Arundel County Tennis Association (est. 1967; Maryland)
- Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts
- American Association of Cycling Team Doctors
- Alaska Association for Career and Technical Education
- American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education
- Active Aging Community Task Force (California Department of Health Services)
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When an alcohol drip was used as an antidote, standard guidelines of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology Practice Guidelines, were used which included a loading dose of 7 ml/kg of a 10% ethanol solution given over thirty minutes, followed by a continuous infusion of 1-2 ml/ kg/hr of a 10% ethanol solution in order to maintain the serum ethanol levels between 100 to 150 mg/dl.
Additionally, the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology (AACT) recently published Guidelines for the Treatment of Methanol Poisoning (Journal of Clinical Toxicology, September 2002) that conclude that Antizol is the preferred antidote for methanol poisoning.