How do I take Antizol?

 Antizol will administered to you intravenously by a healthcare provider in the clinic or hospital. If ethylene glycol or methanol gets into your body, you should be given Antizol as soon as possible. It will be infused over the course of 30 minutes. You may need repeated doses of Antizol until no methanol or ethylene glycol can be detected in your blood.

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