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(Clinical Toxicology[TA])
4,774 results
  • Fetal death associated with the use of 3,4-MDPHP and α-PHP. [Journal Article]
  • CTClin Toxicol (Phila) 2018 Aug 17; :1-5
  • Adamowicz P, Hydzik P
  • CONCLUSIONS: The presented case demonstrates that 3,4-MDPHP and α-PHP transfers from maternal blood to fetal blood. Blood concentrations of these compounds were higher in the fetus than in the mother. Based on the known effects of these substances and the patient's presentation and clinical course, it would seem that these substances contributed to the fetal death.The detected substances transfer from maternal to fetal circulation, and synthetic cathinone blood concentration can be higher in the fetus than in the mother. This along with the fact immature metabolic ability makes a fetus more vulnerable to cathinones intoxication than adults.
  • Acute pancreatitis secondary to the use of the anabolic steroid trenbolone acetate. [Journal Article]
  • CTClin Toxicol (Phila) 2018 Aug 12; :1-3
  • Kumar V, Issa D, … Bouhaidar D
  • CONCLUSIONS: The side effects associated with the use of these increasingly prevalent drugs are difficult to study in clinical trials due to the unethical nature of their consumption. In addition, these medications are difficult to study due to the varied usage cycles and patterns, unknown origin and source, as well as often high dose ingestion. Physicians and body builders need to be aware of the possible serious consequences of their use.
  • Cardiac arrhythmias, electrolyte abnormalities and serum cardiac glycoside concentrations in yellow oleander (Cascabela thevetia) poisoning - a prospective study. [Journal Article]
  • CTClin Toxicol (Phila) 2018 Aug 03; :1-8
  • D A, Pandit VR, … Prakash Raju KNJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Cardiac glycoside concentration at the time of presentation predicted the development of new-onset serious arrhythmias. Although serum potassium correlated significantly with cardiac glycoside concentration at admission and overall serious dysrhythmias, it did not predict the development of new-onset serious arrhythmia. On the whole, serious dysrhythmias were significantly associated with higher number of seeds ingested, hypotension at admission, PR interval prolongation, presence of digoxin effect in ECG, hyperkalemia and higher cardiac glycoside concentration. The independent determinants of mortality were larger number of seeds ingested and hypotension at admission. Cardiac glycoside concentration and hyperkalemia failed to be independent markers of serious dysrhythmias as well as mortality.
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