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Gastrointestinal Decontamination for Enteric-Coated Aspirin Overdose: What to Do Depends on Who You Ask
Repetitive Endoscopy and Continuous Alkaline Gastric Irrigation in a Case of Arsenic Poisoning
Radiopacity of Clomipramine Conglomerations and Unsuccessful Endoscopy: Report of 4 Cases
As If There Weren't Enough Controversies in Gastrointestinal Decontamination …
PRELIMINARY PROGRAM OUTLINE
NEUTRALIZATION OF LATRODECTUS MACTANS AND L. HESPERUS VENOM BY REDBACK SPIDER (L. HASSELTII) ANTIVENOM. *
CONVERSION OF DIRECT COOMBS ANTIBODY SCREEN AFTER ADMINISTRATION OF CROTALIDAE ANTIVENIN (WYETH®).
EFFICACY OF A NEW DIGOXIN-SPECIFIC FAB (DIGITAB) IN A RAT MODEL.
PSILOCYBIN AND 5-SUBSTITUTED TRYPTAMINES CAUSE FALSE-POSITIVE REACTIONS WITH THE MEIXNER TEST.
VACCINATION AGAINST NICOTINE DURING CONTINUED NICOTINE ADMINISTRATION IN RATS: IMMUNOGENICITY OF THE VACCINE AND EFFECTS ON NICOTINE DISTRIBUTION TO BRAIN.
MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE OF CLANDESTINE DRUG LAB INVESTIGATORS.
ADVERSE RESPIRATORY EFFECTS FOLLOWING OVERHAUL IN FIREFIGHTERS.
THE PROTECTIVE EFFECTS OF POLY ADP-RIBOSE POLYMERASE (PARP) & CASPASE INHIBITION FOLLOWING CARBON MONOXIDE (CO) POISONING.
PULMONARY ASPIRATION AND GASTROINTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF MULTIPLE DOSE ACTIVATED CHARCOAL.
LOW PRESSURE VENTILATION DOES NOT PREVENT MICROVASCULAR PERMEABILITY LUNG INJURY IN A RAT MODEL OF ACTIVATED CHARCOAL ASPIRATION.
PEDIATRIC LAMP OIL INGESTIONS FROM LAMPS.
RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF 5 YEARS EXPERIENCE WITH CROTALIDAE ENVENOMATIONS IN ARIZONA.
COMPARISON OF HEMATOLOGIC ABNORMALITIES IN CROTALIDAE ENVENOMATIONS OF THE UPPER AND LOWER EXTREMITIES IN PATIENTS NOT RECEIVING ANTIVENIN.
TOPICAL OCULAR EXPOSURE TO RATTLESNAKE VENOM.
EASTERN CORAL SNAKE (MICRURUS FULVIUS FULVIUS) BITE OF THE TONGUE WITH FACIAL SWELLING.
SEVERE PUFF ADDER (BITIS ARIETANS) ENVENOMATION.
SPIDER ON THE HEADBOARD, CHILD IN THE UNIT: SEVERE LOXOSCELES ARIZONICA ENVENOMATION CONFIRMED BY DELAYED SPIDER IDENTIFICATION AND TISSUE ANTIGEN DETECTION.
LOXOSCELES ARIZONICA ENVENOMATION WITH RHABDOMYOLYSIS.
EVALUATION OF SCORPION STINGS IN ISRAEL.
PROFILE OF MULTIPLE BEE ENVENOMATIONS.
RISK FACTORS FOR ADVERSE EFFECTS IN MULTIPLE BEE ENVENOMATIONS.
THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF AQUATIC ENVENOMATIONS IN THE US: MOST COMMON SYMPTOMS AND ANIMALS.
ENVENOMATION FROM A CORAL CATFISH (PLOTOSUS LINEATUS).
A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF THE ACUTE THERAPY OF JELLYFISH ENVENOMATIONS.
RHABDOMYOLYSIS FROM BUFFALO FISH CONSUMPTION.
CAN PESTICIDE CONTAMINATED SOIL CAUSE HEALTH EFFECT?
VALONE RODENTICIDE INGESTION: SHORT ANTICOAGULATION PERIOD.
ASSESSMENT: GLYPHOSATE DATA FROM THE CAL-EPA PESTICIDE DATABASE.
ZINC PHOSPHIDE POISONING: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF 21 CASES.
VISUAL CHANGES AFTER ACUTE IATROGENIC IVERMECTIN POISONING.
ACUTE BORIC ACID TOXICITY IN AN ADULT.
DIGITAL IMAGING: A PROMISING TOOL FOR MUSHROOM IDENTIFICATON.
A RARE CAUSE OF AMATOXIN POISONING RESULTING IN LIVER TRANSPLANTATION AND DEATH.
ACCIDENTAL INGESTION OF DEATH CAMAS (ZIGADENUS SP.) IN A 4-YEAR-OLD BOY.
THE ACUTE TOXICITY OF TOBACCO EXTRACTS IN RATS.
COMPARISON OF IN VIVO ACUTE LETHAL POTENCY AND IN VITRO CYTOTOXICITY OF 9 CHEMICALS.
SIGNIFICANT TOXICITY AFTER THE INGESTION OF ARNICA.
PARTIAL PARALYSIS AND ALTERED BEHAVIOR IN DOGS TREATED WITH MELALEUCA OIL.
USE OF DIGOXIN IMMUNE FAB IN STROPHANTHUS POISONING.
A PROSPECTIVE CASE SERIES OF PEDIATRIC SENNA INGESTIONS.
EVALUATION OF SELECTED MEDICAL HERBAL REFERENCES COMPARED TO PUBLISHED REPORTS OF ADVERSE EVENTS RELATED TO COMMON HERBS.
CLINICAL PRESENTATION OF "MUTI" POISONING.
SEROTONIN SYNDROME ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF ST. JOHN'S WORT (HYPERICUM PERFORATUM) AND PAROXETINE.
MA HUANG-INDUCED MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION WITH NORMAL CORONARY ARTERIES.
A TOXICITY PROFILE OF SIBUTRAMINE.
DEMONSTRATION OF CLOBENZOREX EXPOSURE AS AN EXPLANATION FOR GC/MS-CONFIRMED POSITIVE URINE TESTS SPECIFIC FOR AMPHETAMINE.
PEDIATRIC EXPOSURES TO PHENTERMINE.
ACUTE PSYCHOSIS FROM A DIETARY WEIGHT CONTROL SUPPLEMENT.
HYPERKALEMIA FOLLOWING ACCIDENTAL L-ARGININE INGESTION.
A CREAM OF TARTAR MISADVENTURE.
HYPOKALEMIA RELATED TO STRYCHNINE INGESTION.
SEIZURE AND HYPONATREMIA FROM INGESTION OF CREMORA® NONDAIRY CREAMER IN AN INFANT.
ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE FROM A CELLULAR PHONE AS A CAUSE OF ACUTE EPINEPHRINE POISONING.
A COMPARISON OF SELECTION CRITERIA IN MECONIUM DRUG TESTING.
PATIENTS "INTOXICATED" BY MULTIELEMENT URINE, HAIR OR STOOL RESULTS: A TOXICOLOGY CLINIC EXPERIENCE.
AN ANALYSIS OF 25,394 COIN EXPOSURES REPORTED TO POISON CENTERS.
ARE ACCIDENTAL PEDIATRIC INGESTIONS OF AMOXICILLIN OR AMPICILLIN TOO AGGRESSIVELY TREATED WITH GI DECONTAMINATION?
ACUTE CANINE C-4 EXPLOSIVE INGESTION RESULTING IN PROLONGED STATUS EPILEPTICUS.
PRETREATMENT OF CD-1 MICE WITH 4-METHYLPYRAZOLE (4-MP) BLOCKS 1,4-BUTANEDIOL (BD) TOXICITY. *
IMIPRAMINE CARDIOTOXICITY AND SARCOPLASMIC RETICULUM FUNCTION.
THE EFFECTS OF SODIUM BICARBONATE IN IMIPRAMINE-INDUCED CARDIOTOXICITY. *
INFLUENCE OF ACTIVATED CHARCOAL ON THE ABSORPTION OF FERROUS SULFATE IN RATS.
IATROGENIC ADMINISTRATION OF PROPYLENE GLYCOL WITH ACTIVATED CHARCOAL.
SYSTEMIC PHOSPHOROTHIOATE OLIGODEOXYNUCLEOTIDE AS AN IRON CHELATOR.
EFFECTS OF COMBINED IRON DEFICIENCY AND LEAD POISONING ON MEMORY AND DOPAMINE CONCENTRATION.
USE OF REVERSIBLE CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITOR IN MANAGEMENT OF THE COMPLICATIONS AFTER ALCOHOL INTOXICATION.
JUST A CLICK AWAY: STUDENT INTERNET SURFING FOR RECREATIONAL DRUG INFORMATION.
EVALUATION OF AGE OF INHALANT ABUSE PATIENTS REPORTED TO POISON CENTERS.
EVALUATION OF FATAL INHALANT ABUSE CASES REPORTED TO POISON CENTERS.
OTC COUGH AND COLD MEDICATION ABUSE IS INFREQUENT AND OCCURS IN CLUSTERS: POISON CENTER DATA AS A SURVEILLANCE METHOD.
CORICIDIN® ABUSE IN OHIO TEENS AND YOUNG ADULTS.
CORICIDIN® USE AND ABUSE IN TEXAS DURING 1998 AND 1999.
THE EFFECT OF CODEINE IN ANTI-COUGH SYRUP ON MORPHINE SCREEN.
DETERMINATION OF 1,4-BUTANEDIOL TOXIC DOSE50 IN CD-1 MICE. *
FATAL OVERDOSE FROM INGESTION OF 1,4-BUTANEDIOL, A GHB PRECURSOR.
CHILD NEGLECT LEADING TO GAMMA-HYDROXYBUTYRATE INGESTION.
GAMMA BUTYROLACTONE EXPOSURE FROM NAIL POLISH REMOVER.
SEVERE GAMMA BUTYROLACTONE WITHDRAWAL.
APNEA FROM FENTANYL PATCH SMOKING.
NERVOUS REGULATION OF BREATHING IN OPIATE DEPENDENT PATIENTS.
DEATH AS A COMPLICATION OF ULTRARAPID OPIOID DETOXIFICATION (UROD).
REFRACTORY SEDATIVE-HYPNOTIC WITHDRAWAL TREATED WITH PROPOFOL.
PROPOFOL SAFELY CONTROLS DELIRIUM TREMENS.
ACIDOSIS WITH "NORMAL" ANION GAP DURING PROPOFOL INFUSION.
METABOLIC ACIDOSIS, HYPERTHERMIA, RHABDOMYOLYSIS AND SUBSEQUENT DEATH AFTER PROLONGED PROPOFOL INFUSION.
SIGNIFICANT OSMOLAR GAP AND ANION GAP METABOLIC ACIDOSIS FROM HIGH-DOSE LORAZEPAM INFUSION IN A CRITICALLY ILL ADOLESCENT.
GHB: EFFECT ON SERUM OSMOLALITY.
CAN THE DIAGNOSIS OF ETHYLENE GLYCOL (EG) TOXICITY BE MADE WITHOUT SERUM EG AND OSMOLALITY VALUES?
USE OF FOMEPIZOLE TO AVOID HEMODIALYSIS.
METHEMOGLOBINEMIA FROM ARTIFICIAL NAIL BUILDER AND FILLER.
POSTCOLLECTION RISE IN METHEMOGLOBIN LEVEL IN FROZEN BLOOD.
METHYLENE BLUE SAFELY AND EFFECTIVELY TREATS METHEMOGLOBINEMIA IN A KNOWN G6PD DEFICIENT PATIENT WITH HEMOLYTIC ANEMIA.
FATAL PNEUMONITIS IN A CHILD FOLLOWING ASPIRATION OF A HIGH VISCOSITY HYDROCARBON.
POISONINGS AND OTHER HEALTH-RELATED EFFECTS DUE TO THE GUAGUA PICHINCHA VOLCANIC ERUPTION OF 1999 (50 CASES) IN QUITO, ECUADOR.
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EVENTS: EVALUATION OF TRANSPORT TO HEALTH CARE FACILITY AND EVACUATION DECISIONS.
HEALTH EFFECTS OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS EXPOSURES.
INADVERTENT ADMINISTRATION OF NEBULIZED ACETIC ACID.
CRITICAL INJURIES FROM A CHLOROSILANE EXPLOSION.
ARSINE POISONING FROM RECYCLING OF COMPUTER CHIPS.
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF US WORKPLACE HYDROGEN SULFIDE FATALITIES-AN IMMEDIATELY FATAL TOXIN WITH MULTIPLE CASUALTIES
PETROCHEMICAL EXPOSURE RESULTING IN TOXIC ENCEPHALOPATHY AND POSSIBLY PEYRONIE'S DISEASE-A CASE SERIES.
RESPIRATORY FAILURE FROM INHALATIONAL NICKEL CARBONYL EXPOSURE TREATED WITH CONTINUOUS HIGH VOLUME HEMOFILTRATION AND DISULFIRAM.
INHALATIONAL EXPOSURE TO HYDROGEN FLUORIDE TREATED WITH NEBULIZED CALCIUM GLUCONATE.
FATAL PULMONARY EDEMA FOLLOWING EXPOSURE TO AN ACROLEIN HERBICIDE.
PHOSPHINE EXPOSURE FROM A METHAMPHETAMINE LAB INVESTIGATION.
CLINICAL ASSESSMENT OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURE TO LEAD.
LEAD EXPOSURES FROM INDOOR FIRING RANGES.
PLUMBISM IN PREGNANCY TREATED WITH DMSA.
AN UNUSUAL CASE OF IN-UTERO LEAD EXPOSURE.
LEAD CHELATION IN THE NEONATE.
CALCIUM EDTA AND DMSA CHELATION OF A NEONATE WITH CONGENITAL LEAD INTOXICATION.
THE SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT OF SERIOUS LEAD INTOXICATION IN A SIX-MONTH-OLD CHILD WITH ORAL CHELATION THERAPY.
BITE THE BULLET: LEAD POISONING AFTER INGESTION OF 206 LEAD BULLETS.
ADVERSE EFFECTS IN 5 PATIENTS RECEIVING EDTA IN AN OUTPATIENT CHELATION CLINIC.
INGESTION OF MERCURIC OXIDE POWDER WITHOUT CLINICAL TOXICITY.
CHRONIC PEDIATRIC ARSENIC POISONING FROM PRESSURE-TREATED WOOD BURNED IN A FIREPLACE.
FATAL IRON POISONING ASSOCIATED WITH MASSIVE IRON LEVEL (18,570 μg/dL).
FERRIC CHLORIDE COPPER ETCHANT INGESTION: DECODING DEGREES BAUMÉ.
RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW OF CARBONYL IRON INGESTION.
HEPATITIS AND HYPERAMYLASEMIA CAUSED BY GOLD POTASSIUM CYANIDE.
ARGYRIA SECONDARY TO CHRONIC INGESTION OF COLLOIDAL SILVER.
ARGYRIA IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT.
THE COFFEE POT POISONINGS: A TALE OF THALLIUM AND ARSENIC POISONING IN A GROUP OF AUTOMOTIVE WORKERS.
A DARKER SHADE OF PRUSSIAN BLUE: THE DIFFICULT QUEST FOR THE THALLIUM (Tl) ANTIDOTE.
COMPARATIVE EFFICACY OF PRALIDOXIME VS SODIUM BICARBONATE IN RATS AND HUMANS SEVERELY POISONED WITH O-P PESTICIDE.
NEW INDOL DERIVATIVE EFFECTIVELY RESTORES PHYSICAL WORK CAPACITY AFTER ACUTE ORGANOPHOSPHATE INSECTICIDE POISONING.
ACTOPROTECTOR ETOMERSOL IS EFFECTIVE FOR ACCELERATION OF RECOVERY AFTER MALATHION POISONING.
A PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF ACUTE UNINTENTIONAL PEDIATRIC SUPERWARFARIN INGESTIONS WITHOUT DECONTAMINATION.
REGIONAL VARIATION IN THE INCIDENCE OF INTENTIONAL EXPOSURES.
POISONING WITH CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS AMONG ADULT INHABITANTS OF KRAKÓW IN 1998.
INCIDENCE OF HOMICIDE BY POISONING AS IDENTIFIED BY MEDICAL EXAMINERS' OFFICES IN THE UNITED STATES.
INFLUENCE OF CERTIFIED POISON CONTROL CENTERS ON STATE POISONING MORTALITY RATES IN THE UNITED STATES.
THE USE OF FOCUS GROUPS TO PLAN POISON PREVENTION PROGRAMS.
THE RIGHT CALL FOR POISON HELP.
FOLLOW UP STUDY WITH PARENTS GIVEN CABINET SAFETY LOCKS.
ROLE OF A POISON CENTER IN PREVENTING SEVERE POISONING: INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATIC DISHWASHING DETERGENTS AS A CASE.
CHILDREN'S ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH: ONE YEAR IN A PEDIATRIC ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH CLINIC (PEHC).
A MEDIA AND LEGISLATIVE CAMPAIGN TO FUND POISON CONTROL CENTERS.
AN EXPANDING RELATIONSHIP: EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES AND POISON CENTER COOPERATION.
UNNECESSARY EMS DISPATCH-WHAT'S THE COST?
FACTORS INFLUENCING POISON CENTER SEND-IN RATES.
CONSUMER ACCESS TO ACTIVATED CHARCOAL PRODUCTS.
PEDIATRIC HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS' ADVICE ABOUT IPECAC SYRUP-WHAT ARE THEY DOING AND HAS IT CHANGED?
AVAILABILITY OF ACTIVATED CHARCOAL IN THE METROPOLITAN AREA OF OKLAHOMA CITY.
AVAILABILITY OF ANTIDOTES AT ACUTE CARE HOSPITALS IN ONTARIO.
HAVE THE ANTIDOTE STOCKING PRACTICES OF HOSPITALS IMPROVED?
THE IMPACT OF AN EDUCATIONAL INTERVENTION ON DECREASING DRUG INTERACTIONS IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT.
"DRUG IMPRINTING" AND IDENTIFICATION WOES.
THE INTERNET: SOMETIMES HELPFUL, SOMETIMES NOT.
INTRANET SYSTEM-A VALUABLE TOOL.
IMPLEMENTATION OF TOXICALL®: IMPACT ON DOCUMENTATION.
EXPERIENCE WITH INPATIENT CHARTING OF POISON CENTER ADVICE USING AN EXISTING CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY SERVICE.
POISON CENTER ACCESS TO PATIENT MEDICAL RECORDS.
A COMPARISON OF THE RECOMMENDATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF BREASTFEEDING IN THE FACE OF MATERNAL ANTIHYPERTENSIVES AND ANTIDEPRESSANTS IN SIX WELL-KNOWN REFERENCES.
AN INTERACTIVE INSTRUCTIONAL INTRANET SITE FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS IN A TOXICOLOGY CLERKSHIP.
IS MEDICAL TOXICOLOGY BECOMING A PASTIME: GRADUATES OF MEDICAL TOXICOLOGY FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMS WILL NOT PRACTICE THIS SPECIALTY.
KNOWLEDGE ABOUT ACETAMINOPHEN TOXICITY AMONG ED VISITORS.
CYTOKINE RESPONSES FOLLOWING ACUTE ACETAMINOPHEN OVERDOSE.
PERSISTENTLY ELEVATED ACETAMINOPHEN CONCENTRATIONS FOR TWO DAYS AFTER INITIAL FOUR HOUR NONTOXIC CONCENTRATION.
SURVIVAL AFTER MASSIVE INGESTION OF ACETAMINOPHEN PRESENTING AS COMA AND METABOLIC ACIDOSIS.
SEVERE ACETAMINOPHEN HEPATIC AND RENAL TOXICITY FOLLOWING POSTOPERATIVE THERAPEUTIC DOSES.
HEMOLYSIS FOLLOWING ACETAMINOPHEN OVERDOSE IN A PATIENT WITH GLUCOSE-6-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE DEFICIENCY.
ACUTE PANCREATITIS ASSOCIATED WITH ACETAMINOPHEN HEPATOTOXICITY.
COMPARISON OF APAP OUTCOMES AND MANAGEMENT GUIDELINES BETWEEN TWO REGIONAL POISON CENTERS.
TREATMENT OF ACETAMINOPHEN TOXICITY IN A 9-DAY-OLD INFANT.
THE DILEMMA OF NAC THERAPY IN A PREMATURE INFANT.
ORAL OVERDOSE OF N-ACETYLCYSTEINE IN AN INFANT.
DIPHENHYDRAMINE-INDUCED WIDE-COMPLEX TACHYCARDIA RESPONDS TO BICARBONATE.
SODIUM BICARBONATE FOR TAXUS-INDUCED DYSRHYTHMIA.
ADULT BUPROPRION EXPOSURES REPORTED IN TEXAS DURING 1998 AND 1999.
FLUVOXAMINE OVERDOSE PRODUCING STATUS EPILEPTICUS.
LITHIUM GREASE INGESTION IN A 14-MONTH-OLD CHILD.
SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT OF LIFE-THREATENING LITHIUM INTOXICATION WITH CONTINUOUS VENO-VENOUS HEMODIALYSIS.
UNUSUAL PRESENTATION OF IATROGENIC PHENYTOIN TOXICITY IN A NEWBORN.
MULTICENTER CASE SERIES OF GABAPENTIN EXPOSURES.
PHYSOSTIGMINE AWAKENS PATIENT FROM BACLOFEN SEIZURES.
SEVERE TOXICITY DUE TO 4-AMINOPYRIDINE INGESTION IN A PEDIATRIC PATIENT.
PROLONGED OCTREOTIDE INFUSION TO TREAT GLYBURIDE-INDUCED HYPOGLYCEMIA.
MASSIVE STEROID OVERDOSE PRECIPITATING DIABETIC KETOACIDOSIS IN A NONDIABETIC ADULT.
HYPERINSULIN THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT OF VERAPAMIL OVERDOSE.
INSULIN "EUGLYCEMIA" THERAPY FOR ACCIDENTAL NIFEDIPINE OVERDOSE.
BETA BLOCKER INGESTIONS IN CHILDREN.
SYSTEMIC ALPHA-2 POISONING WITH THERAPEUTIC USE OF ALPHAGAN® EYE DROPS IN AN INFANT.
SEIZURES, RESPIRATORY ARREST FOLLOWING TOPICAL APPLICATION OF EMLA CREAM.
HEPATOCELLULAR APOPTOSIS IN A PATIENT EXPOSED TO LEPIOTA SP.
ACUTE ACONITE POISONINGS: A REVIEW OF 219 CASES.
COMPLICATIONS AND PROGNOSIS OF FACTORS OF ACETIC ACID POISONINGS.
MALIGNANT HYPERTHERMIA: EXPERIENCE WITH HOTLINE CASES.
REPEATED SUPRATHERAPEUTIC DOSING OF ACETAMINOPHEN (APAP): CAN SERUM TRANSAMINASE LEVELS PREDICT THE RISK OF HEPATOTOXICITY?
OBSERVATION UNIT EVALUATION OF LOW-RISK DRUG INDUCED CHEST PAIN.
USE OF 4-METHYLPYRAZOLE (4-MP) AS AN ANTIDOTE FOR 1,4-BUTANEDIOL (BD) TOXICITY IN CD-1 MICE. *
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