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    1. COMMON: Orthostatic hypotension, circumoral paresthesia, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, stomach cramps, vomiting, headache, and numbness. SEVERE: Hypocalcemia, nephrotoxicity, injection site reactions, thrombophlebitis, and scaling eczema.
    1. Fatal hypocalcemia has developed when patients being treated for heavy metal poisoning received edetate disodium instead of calcium edetate disodium. Nephrotoxicity may develop and appears to be dose related.
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