Unintentional Chronic Acetaminophen Poisoning During Pregnancy Resulting in Liver Transplantation.
. PMID: 22415886
Abstract INTRODUCTION: Acetaminophen (APAP) is a widely used medication in pregnancy and is considered safe. Unfortunately, APAP is also among the most commonly reported agents implicated in overdoses during pregnancy. We present a unique case of a pregnant patient with fulminant hepatic failure resulting in a liver transplant from repeated supratherapeutic ingestions of APAP.