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Ripened nightshade berries ( Solanum dulcamara ) are among the most commonly reported plant ingestions in Minnesota. Because of the lack of adequate information regarding the toxic qualities of S. dulcamara berries, the ingestion of even small quantities by children is usually treated...
A 14-year-old female with no history of psychiatric disease ingested an unknown amount of ofloxacin, diphenhydramine and chlormezanone after an argument with her parents. Approximately 12 hours after ingestion, the patient was admitted to the hospital in a delirious state with extreme mydriasis...
Rats anesthetized with pentobarbital and ventilated artificially were infused with 0.01 ml formalin (= 0.12 mmol formaldehyde)/kg. min. They exhibited a sharp decline of arterial blood pressure, heart rate and peripheral resistance and a slower one of cardiac output and died after 59.9 ± 6.0 min...
Mushroom poisoning by Chlorophyllum molybdites , a gastrointestinal irritant, has been reported in the medical and botanical literature since 1900 (1-5). The symptoms vary in severity and consist of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain. These symptoms usually occur within three hours...
A survey of certified regional poison centers in the United States was performed to determine sources of treatment information for mushroom intoxications, and extent of reporting of mushroom epidemiological data to a national mushroom case registry.
To obtain objective measures of possible impairment due to organic solvents, auditory, visual and somatosensory evoked potentials and cognitive event related potentials were recorded in a group of 13 workers occupationally exposed to a mixture of various solvents. The patients were compared to...
The ADx total serum tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) fluorescence polarization immunoassay (Abbott Diagnostics) for the semi-quantitation of imipramine or amitriptyline and their respective N-demethylated metabolites in cases of TCA overdose was evaluated. The assay is linear from 75-1000 ng/mL...
An 11 month old child chewed the leaves of a philodendrum plant ( Araceae ) and developed oropharyngeal erosions and dysphagia. Esophageal erosions of the mid third of the esophagus and on esophageal stricture at the level of the cricoid were diagnosed 16 days post ingestion. Unexpected sudden...
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