Basic first aid for the eye and skin

Eye Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15min. Get medical help. Skin Wash skin with soap...
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Basic first aid for the eye and skin

Specific Management

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Toxicology Pyrimidinylthiobenzoates This family includes bispyribac-sodium, pyrithiobac-sodium,pyriminobac-methyl Adjuvants such as non-ionic surfactants and petroleum based oils may be added to improve herbicidal efficacy The mode of action has been considered …





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16. Anticholinergic Poisonings

Associated with impairment of normal cooling mechanisms such as sweating Treatment: Supportive care including active cooling and benzodiazepines NOTE: It is difficult to differentiate the toxic hyperthermic syndromes including hyperthermia …

15. Malignant Hyperthermia

14. Neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS)

Duotak FF

Chemical class Common chemical name Fipronil 10 mg, Fluazuron 25 mg Functional class Acaricide ...
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Important adverse effects of inhaled salbutamol 

A number of cardiovascular effects have been associated with salbutamol and beta 2 receptor agonists, generally. Tarchycardia (heart beat more ...
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Drug and drug combination for severe asthma attack 

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways. Inflammation causes recurrent episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and coughing ...
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Adverse effects associated with long term use of Proton Pump Inhibitors

Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) potently inhibit gastric acid secretion, especially during daytime period following a daily single morning dose. PPIs ...
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WHY is it important for your doctor to know whether overdosed medicine is immediate- release or delayed-release?

So that the doctor may choose appropriate the most effective intervention. For example, multiple dose activated charcoal or gastric lavage ...
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Did you know

Did you know that Almatix is not an organophosphate pesticide but an amitraz of formamidine class? Did you also know ...
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Prehospital management of paraffin poisoning by ingestion

Obtain medical help immediately. Do not make the victim to vomit. Immediately give a glass of cold milk or water, ...
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Carthatics and gut decontamination

Single dose cathartics, i.e, a carthatic given as a single dose,  is often osmotic cathartics such as sacharide, sorbitol or ...
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Medicinal charcoal

Medicinal charcoal may be given to victims of poisoning shortly after Ingestion. The patients must be alert and able to ...
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Activated charcoal

Activated charcoal is also known as medicinal charcoal. It’s a very effective universal antidote if given shortly (<1hr) after a ...
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