Demographic trends of acute poisoning in a rural teaching hospital of Telangana - Beemathati RR, Patharla SSR, Pyreddy SR, Panthagan SN.

The objective of this study was to understandthe patternand demographic profile of poisoning in a tert...
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Acetone cyanohydrin (ACH), an organic cyanide, is mainly used in the production of methyl methacrylate (MMA), and it also exists in cassava roots, the main calorie source in some tropical countries. ACH can decompose spontaneously or enzymatically into ace...
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BACKGROUND: Deaths from antipsychotic (AP) poisoning have increased in England and Wales despite restriction of the use of thioridazine in 2000. METHODS: We analyzed data from the Office for National Statistics drug-related death database, England ...
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oke The COVID-19 pandemic has seen people and governments utilise an array of chemical and pharmaceutical substances in an attempt to prevent and treat COVID-19 infections. The Centre for Radiation, Chemicals and Environmental Hazards (CRCE) at Public Health England (PHE) routinely undertakes Event-Based Surveillance (EBS) to monitor public health threats and incidents related to chemicals and poisons. From April 2020, EBS functions were expanded to screen international media for potentially hazardous exposures associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Media sources reported that poisons centres were experiencing increase...
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People using the medicine -- typically for horses and cattle -- prompted a spike in calls to poison control centers across the country.
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Conditions:   Carbon Monoxide Poisoning;   Hyperbaric Oxygenation;   Biomarkers Intervention:   Procedure: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy Sponsors:   Wonju Severance Christian Hospital;   National Research Foundation of Korea Completed
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The intentional liberation of carbon monoxide through the dehydration of formic acid has been reported with increasing frequency in the literature as a method of self-harm. Online forums have popularized this method of self-harm due to the ease of access o...
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We present the case of a 23-year-old male patient who slept with a gas generator the...
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Conditions:   Carbon Monoxide Poisoning;   Hyperbaric Oxygenation;   Biomarkers Intervention:   Procedure: Hyperbaric oxygen therapy Sponsors:   Wonju Severance Christian Hospital;   National Research Foundation of Korea Completed
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(Natural News) Have you heard of food oil poisoning? It can wreck entire body systems and exacerbate any and all health issues you already have. It’s not like food poisoning where you get violently sick within 24 hours and vomit repeatedly. It’s a long term health catastrophe, and it’s embedded in the food supply, and...
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