Brain MRI Evidence of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning May Show Up Late Brain MRI Evidence of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning May Show Up Late

Acute brain lesions on MRI are associated with an increased risk of delayed neurological sequelae after carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, researchers from Korea report.Reuters Health Information
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In this study, we aimed to evaluate the predictivity of neuro psychosis in carbon monoxide poisoning by the admission levels of red cell distribution (RDW), mean platelet volume (MPV) and troponin I levels which can be measured quickly and easily in the emergency department (ED).
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This study was conducted to assess and clarify the predictive risk factor of neurologic outcome in patients with acute carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. METHODS: A total of 453 patients with acute CO poisoning were admitted to the emergen...
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We report the case of a 23-year-old woman who was involved in a low-speed motor vehicle collision and was found unresponsive in her vehicle due to CO poisoning. A review of the literature revealed rare vehicle-related accidental CO poisonings.
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This study aims to evaluate the demographic, clin...
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We describe a case of 38-year-old lady prese...
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Conclusion: It can be suggested that poisonings are encountered more commonly in young people, especially in women, with medicinal drugs and for suicidal purposes. Drugs detected at high rates in poisonings, such as painkillers and antidepressants, should be used more cautiously.
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Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless and nonirritating gas that enters the bloodstream through the lungs, causing hypoxia. CO exposure may result in a variety of neurologic sequelae. The eye movement system may be particularly vulnerable.
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