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(Antidotes cyanide)
2,259 results
  • Cyanide Poisoning and Lactate in Smoke Inhalation. [Journal Article]
    R I Med J (2013). 2023 Feb 01; 106(1):14-16.Lee JA, Matulis C
  • House fires can lead to cyanide poisoning and an associated elevated serum lactate level. Because of delays in obtaining serum cyanide levels, clinical symptoms and serum lactate are often used to guide clinical decision making and antidote administration. However, as this case report identifies, lower levels of serum lactate may in fact correlate with higher levels of serum cyanide that could be…
  • Hybrid Au-star@Prussian blue for high-performance towards bimodal imaging and photothermal treatment. [Journal Article]
    J Colloid Interface Sci. 2023 Mar 15; 634:601-609.Su YY, Jiang XY, … Zhang LJ
  • In recent years, branched or star-shaped Au nanostructures composed of core and protruding arms have attracted much attention due to their unique optical properties and morphology. As the clinically adapted nanoagent, prussian blue (PB) has recently gained widespread attention in cancer theranostics with potential applications in magnetic resonance (MR) imaging. In this article, we propose a hybr…
  • Dual mode antibacterial surfaces based on Prussian blue and silver nanoparticles. [Journal Article]
    Dalton Trans. 2023 Jan 03; 52(2):452-460.Doveri L, Taglietti A, … Dacarro G
  • Prussian Blue (PB) is an inexpensive, biocompatible, photothermally active material. In this paper, self-assembled monolayers of PB nanoparticles were grafted on a glass surface, protected with a thin layer of silica and decorated with spherical silver nanoparticles. This combination of a photothermally active nanomaterial, PB, and an intrinsically antibacterial one, silver, leads to a versatile …
  • Cyanide within gold mine waste of the free state goldfields: A geochemical modelling approach. [Journal Article]
    Environ Pollut. 2023 Feb 01; 318:120825.Welman-Purchase MD, Hansen RN
  • Cyanide, which remains the preferred chemical used in the gold extraction process, has the potential to be disposed of on goldmine tailings. South Africa has nine goldfields, producing approximately a third of the world's gold to date. The cyanide interacts with metals in the tailings environment, where Prussian blue [Formula: see text] and Turnbull's blue [Formula: see text] are among these. In …
  • Fatalities in Swedish fire-related car crashes from a toxicologic perspective. [Journal Article]
    Traffic Inj Prev. 2023; 24(1):21-25.Thermaenius F, Björnstig U, … Westman A
  • Objective: Vehicle materials developments raise concerns about new patterns of vehicle fire toxic gas emissions. This study aimed to describe toxicologic components in a recent material of fatal car crashes on Swedish roads in which the vehicle caught fire and compare the results to a previous material.Methods: Retrospective registry study. All fatal car crashes with fire in Sweden 2009-2018 were…
  • Copper-rich multifunctional Prussian blue nanozymes for infected wound healing. [Journal Article]
    Int J Biol Macromol. 2023 Feb 01; 227:1258-1270.Xu P, Huang W, … Yang Z
  • The healing process of infected wounds was limited by bacterial infection, excessive reactive oxygen species (ROS) accumulation, and tissue hypoxia. In order to alleviate the above situations, herein, a copper-rich multifunctional ultra-small Prussian blue nanozymes (HPP@Cu NZs) was constructed for infected wound synergistic treatment. Firstly, hyaluronic acid was modified by branched polyethylen…
  • Reference material of Prussian blue nanozymes for their peroxidase-like activity. [Journal Article]
    Analyst. 2022 Dec 05; 147(24):5633-5642.Dong H, Wang G, … Zhang Y
  • Nanozymes with wide applications have rapidly attracted tremendous attention from various fields in the last decade. However, research on the standardization of nanozymes is still lacking. Currently, the accurate evaluation and effective tracing of the enzyme-like activity of nanozymes have become a common concern. This work aims to develop a certified reference material (CRM) of Prussian blue na…
  • Application of Prussian Blue in Electrochemical and Optical Sensing of Free Chlorine. [Journal Article]
    Sensors (Basel). 2022 Oct 13; 22(20)Valiūnienė A, Ziziunaite G, Virbickas P
  • In this paper, an electrochemical free chlorine (FCL) sensor was formed by modifying a fluorine-doped tin oxide-coated glass slide (glass|FTO) with a layer of Prussian blue (glass|FTO|PB). The glass|FTO|PB sensor exhibited a wide linear detection range from 1.7 to 99.2 μmol L-1 of FCL with a sensitivity of ~0.8 µA cm-2 μmol-1 L and showed high selectivity for FCL. However, ClO3-, ClO4- and NO3- i…
  • StatPearls: Cobalt Toxicity [BOOK]
    StatPearls. StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)ChenRichard J.RJAlbert Einstein Healthcare NetworkLeeVincent R.VRNorthwell Health/Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra School of MedicineBOOK
  • Cobalt (Co) metal is a gray, ductile, magnetic element with an atomic number of 27 and an atomic weight of 58.9 Da. In the environment, cobalt is a component of naturally occurring minerals and is found in combination with other elements such as copper, nickel, manganese, arsenic, sulfur, and oxygen. Due to its ferromagnetic properties, high melting point (1495.05 C), and high boiling point (2927…
  • Protein-sized nanozymes «artificial peroxidase» based on template catalytic synthesis of Prussian Blue. [Journal Article]
    Bioelectrochemistry. 2023 Feb; 149:108275.Nikitina VN, Zavolskova MD, Karyakin AA
  • We report on Prussian Blue based nanozymes, comparable in size with a natural enzyme peroxidase. Protein-sized nanoparticles have been synthesized in the course of reduction of ferric ion (Fe3+) and ferricyanide ([Fe(CN)6]3-) one-to-one mixture in reversed micelles (isooctane|AOT|water) used as templates. Aniline chosen as the best reductant for this aim has led to formation of composite (accordi…
  • Advancements of Prussian blue-based nanoplatforms in biomedical fields: Progress and perspectives. [Review]
    J Control Release. 2022 11; 351:752-778.Wang Y, Liang Z, … Zhao Y
  • Prussian blue (PB) nanoparticles possess excellent physicochemical properties, including imaging features, robust photothermal conversion ability, catalytic activity, surface modifiability, effective drug loading, good stability, biocompatibility and biodegradability. With the advancement of nanotechnology, diverse PB-based nanoplatforms have been developed for biomedical applications. This revie…
  • Prussian Blue Staining to Visualize Iron Oxide Nanoparticles. [Journal Article]
    Methods Mol Biol. 2023; 2566:321-332.Bitonto V, Garello F, … Filippi M
  • Iron deposits in cells and tissues can be detected by ex vivo histological examination through the Prussian blue (PB) staining. This practical, inexpensive, and highly sensitive technique involves the treatment of fixed tissue sections and cells with acid solutions of ferrocyanides that combine with ferric ion forming a bright blue pigment (i.e., ferric ferrocyanide). The staining can be applied …
  • Bimetallic FeMn@C derived from Prussian blue analogue as efficient nanozyme for glucose detection. [Journal Article]
    Anal Bioanal Chem. 2022 Nov; 414(27):7773-7782.Yang X, Feng C, … Yang EC
  • In recent decades, nanomaterial-based artificial enzymes called nanozymes have received more and more attention and have been applied in biological, chemical, medical, and other fields. In this work, bimetallic FeMn@C was synthesized by calcination from the Prussian blue analogue. The synthesized bimetallic FeMn@C exhibits efficient peroxidase-like activity. The effect of Mn doping amount, cataly…
  • Rust stains' response to environmental stresses: An experimental study on porcine skin. [Journal Article]
    J Forensic Leg Med. 2022 Oct; 91:102402.Tomassini L, Manta AM, … Ciallella C
  • Rust stains are rare marks typically caused by prolonged contact between skin and the iron components of the firearm. This study was aimed at showing how cutaneous iron deposits respond to physical and chemical changes that usually affect the integrity of biological tissues. Four samples of porcine skin were placed in contact with an iron plate. They were exposed to different stress conditions: c…
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