A male, aged 38 years, was admitted in ICU with an episode of seizure and altered sensorium. He had no premorbid illness. At the time of hospitalization, he was restless and was in postictal state. Vital signs revealed pulse rate of 62/minute, blood pressure of 120/80 mmHg, respiratory rate of 14 per minute, afebrile, and had plenty of oral secretions. Neurological examination revealed GCS of 6/15 with reduced movements of all four limbs. Pupils were pin point bilaterally with absent Doll’s eye movement.
Chest X-ray showed bilateral haziness suggesting acute respiratory distress syndrome.There was a strong smell of pesticide from his clothes and arms
What would be the course of treatment?