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

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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)

30 Facts About Type 2 Diabetes Drugs

For patients trying to achieve near euglycemia, premeal glucose values of 4.5-6.5 mmol/dl are the goal, with bedtime value at ...
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Erythromycin and Congeners: A Toxicologist’s Perspective.

Erythromycin and its congeners including erythromycin, azithromycin and clarithromycin belong to the antibiotic class called macrolides.   Macrolide antibiotics are among ...
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Snakebite Envenoming: Fast facts

Snakebite envenoming is the disease that result when a snake injects poisonous venom, in sufficient amounts, following a bite. The ...
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First aid: Snake bite

Basic First Aid : • Immediately seek medical assistance especially if the area changes color, begins to swell or is ...
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Adverse Effects of Insulin Therapy

Hypoglycemia  Hypoglycemia is a condition caused by a very low level of blood sugar (glucose), your body’s main energy source ...
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Inorganic Phosphide Rodenticides Are Not Superwarfarin-Anticoagulants

Aluminium, magnesium and zinc phosphide are highly toxic inorganic phosphides commonly used in rodenticides, insecticides and fumigants by agricultural communities. Because ...
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Carcinogens and How They Cause Cancer

Carcinogens do not cause cancer at all times, under all circumstances. In other words, a carcinogen does not always cause ...
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Common Chemical name:Cotrimoxazole Functional class: Pharmaceutical ...
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After oral administration trimethoprim and sulfamethoxazole are rapidly and nearly completely absorbed. Peak levels in the blood occur between 1-4 ...
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Why Dopamine antagonists are unsafe anti-emetics in poison-induced acute kidney failure

Nausea and vomiting are feared and frequently very distressing symptoms that have multiple triggers including drugs and poisons, motion, pregnancy, ...
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