A 52-year-old man who is regularly on lisinopril for hypertension became progressively ill a few days after ingesting cough syrup. He presented to a hospital in Panama with abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting and subsequently developed acute renal failure and paralysis.
1. What is the cause of this patient's presentation?
2. Name the federally mandated Act that arose from the mass poisoning that occurred from this toxin in 1937?
3. Name two potential treatments for this patient?
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