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overdose (someone) (on something)

 and overdose someone with something
to give someone too much of some substance, usually a drug. The police say he overdosed on heroine. Sam overdosed his sister on the cough medicine. She overdosed herself with aspirin.
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Tennessee has a powerful new tool to fight opioid overdose with the passage of Public Chapter 596.
26 However, the POINT's rescue protocol is based on the assertions that 1) first responders are unable to identify unresponsive pulseless patients reliably, (27) 2) naloxone administration has no role in cardiac arrest (including those due to opioid overdose), (26) 3) ventilations may complicate bystander resuscitation, making it harder to teach, learn, execute and perform under challenging circumstances, (28) and 4) significant numbers of opioid-related deaths involve polysubstance overdose with cardiotoxic drugs.
In such a case, a male schizophrenic patient with cardiac dysrhythmia and hypertension who had a history of QT prolongation with risperidone overdose, died after a quetiapine overdose with an estimated 10.
We read your recent article about intrathecal methotrexate overdose with great interest (1).
Treatment of intrathecal methotrexate overdose with folinic acid rescue and lumbar cerebrospinal fluid exchange: a report of two cases.
It would have been difficult to square Overdose with the likes of Apache Cat, the top Australian sprinter, on 121.
Most respondents did not anticipate discussing their overdose with anyone after leaving the hospital, although some reported that they would probably tell close friends and relatives.