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  • Investigating drug-facilitated sexual assault at a dedicated forensic centre in Cape Town, South Africa. [Journal Article]
  • FSForensic Sci Int 2018 Apr 23; 288:115-122
  • Tiemensma M, Davies B
  • CONCLUSIONS: DFSA in this setting is mostly opportunistic, with ethanol suggested to be the most commonly involved drug, despite limitations in detection due to delays in reporting. Other common drugs observed were methamphetamine, methaqualone and diphenhydramine either alone or in combinations. The complexity and current inadequacy surrounding investigation of these cases is highlighted in this study as well as the necessity for greater investment into the development of infrastructure to support systematic toxicological analyses and services to assist in the investigation and understanding of these intricate cases. Training and empowerment of role players dealing with the investigation and management of DFSA is required, and subsequent public health education and policy development is essential.
  • Neurologic manifestations in anaphylaxis due to subcutaneous allergy immunotherapy: A case report. [Case Reports]
  • MMedicine (Baltimore) 2018; 97(18):e0578
  • Mangold M, Qureshi M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The current protocol was followed in this patient but still ended up almost ending her life. This protocol seems to be inadequate with regards to potential fatality. Even though a very small number, some patients face life-threatening adverse effects after apparently very low-risk immunotherapies. Therefore, reevaluating the treatment protocol with addition of a longer post-shot observation step and discontinuing treatment in the case of adverse events may help minimize the overall risk of any fatal outcome.
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