Wheat pill poisoning: complications and management - Rehman HU, Mansoor VB, Syed F, Arif MA, Javed A.

Wheat pill (zinc or aluminium phosphide), also known as rice pill, is used as rodenticide in wheat and rice storage reservoirs. In developing countries such as Pakistan there has been an increase in the number of aluminium phosphide (wheat pill) poisoning ...
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