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An '''antidote''' or '''counterdose''' is a substance which can counteract a form of [[poison|poisoning]]. The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι ''antididonai'', "given against". An '''antidote''' or '''counterdose''' is a substance which can counteract a form of [[poison|poisoning]]. The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι ''antididonai'', "given against".
 +==See also==
 +* [[Antitoxin]]
 +* [[Antivenom]]
 +* [[Snakebite (bite)|Snakebite]]
 +* [[Tourniquet]]
 +* [[Universal antidote]]
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An antidote or counterdose is a substance which can counteract a form of poisoning. The term ultimately derives from the Greek αντιδιδοναι antididonai, "given against".

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