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Tetany: what to do?

Tetany is divided into: manifest, latent and alkalosic. Symptoms of manifest tetany include muscle aches and cramps, opisthotonos, paresthesias or stiffness in the hands and feet. Convulsions, laryngospasms, and carpo-podal

Drowning: what is the treatment to take?

When we talk about drowning we are talking about a diagnosis of death, so it would be more correct to talk about “semi-drowning,” by which we denote the condition of

Tranquilizers as a method of poisoning

Drugs of this type are divided into 2 groups major: minor tranquilizers and major tranquilizers. Tranquil minors These drugs are certainly less dangerous than the barbiturates, whose place they took.

Main types of poisoning: salicylates

The most common type of poisoning is from aspirin, a drug that contains acetylsalicylic acid. Aspirin tablets are very popular among adults intent on poisoning. In the body, salicylates exert

Exposure to chemicals

A corrosive substance can damage tissue within minutes, so it is very important to remove it quickly. What to do? First, immediately call for an ambulance. If the chemical remains

Emergency measures during a poisoning.

“Dum spiro spero” may be a simple aphorism, but it sets a high bar for the treatment of the poisoned patient, as any deficit in the patient’s oxygenation can impair

Epileptic seizure: what to do?

The seizures are self-limiting and very often do not allow a rapid intervention. It is necessary, therefore, to keep some pointers in mind: Preventing lessons that the patient might unintentionally

What to do in case of lead poisoning?

Lead abounds in nature as it is distributed over the earth by reaching the environment for extraction from natural deposits. Lead enters metabolism and interferes with normal heme synthesis. It

Poisonings: dinitro-compounds

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These compounds are used in orchards as a “winter wash” and as a herbicides in summer. From a toxicological point of view, their action biochemistry is common to all compounds. The most obvious symptoms are tints yellowish on the skin, fatigue, sweating, agitation, tachycardia, weight loss and collapse.

Diagnosis and treatment

A person’s medical history and appearance are sufficient for diagnosis, but if not, a blood sample must be taken to assay dinitro-compound levels. There is no antidote; complete rest, oxygen administration and adequate ventilation are required.

Source: Vadecum of poisoning therapy by Roy Goulding

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Milky crust

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Acne

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Herpes simplex

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Food allergies and intolerances

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