By Robert S. Hoffman, Lewis S. Nelson, Mary Ann Howland, Neal A. Lewin, Neal E. Flomenbaum, Lewis R. Goldfrank
Concise, "at the bedside" directions for toxicologic emergencies--derived from the most popular reference within the box A Doody's middle name crucial buy! four famous person DOODY'S evaluate! "This handbook is for prepared use at a patient's bedside or for an outline of scientific toxicology for housestaff, medical/pharmacy/nursing scholars, and different people who should not have the in-depth therapy or references/citations provided through the most textual content. this can be greater than a bedside relief -- it encompasses a wealth of knowledge at the present perform of medical toxicology. Wonderful!" -- Doody's evaluate carrier This sensible and conveyable bedside guide is condensed for immediate software from the masterwork seemed for 1 / 4 of a century because the "gold typical" reference within the box of emergency toxicology: Goldfrank's Toxicologic Emergencies. you'll find relied on info at the clinical rules that designate how pollutants impact important symptoms, neurotransmitters, metabolic procedures, and organs and structures in the course of the physique. Covers the complete diversity of poisons contains prescription drugs, leisure medicinal drugs, and elements of abuse; meals and plant pollutants; envenomations; loved ones pollution; insecticides and herbicides; rodenticides; metals; poison gases; and environmental pollution Systematically reports toxicokinetics, pathophysiology, medical manifestations, diagnostic checking out, and administration for every toxin presents "Antidotes in Brief"--at-a-glance publications to express antidotes and their fundamental purposes Authoritative answers--at your fingertips easy methods to deal with the poisoned or overdosed sufferer What ideas successfully dispose of pollutants Which imaging modalities yield the simplest effects extra (20081119)
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Hypermagnesemia is also associated with a widening of the QRS duration, and a slight narrowing of the QRS complex may occur with hypomagnesemia. Signiﬁcant elevation in the serum concentrations of potassium can also cause widening and distortion of the QRS complex. The Abnormal ST Segment Displacement of the ST segment from its baseline characterizes myocardial ischemia or infarction (Fig. 5–5). The subsequent appearance of a Q wave is diagnostic of myocardial infarction. The ECG patterns of these entities reﬂect the different underlying electrophysiologic states of the heart.
Studies demonstrated that activated charcoal was superior to the universal antidote in decreasing absorption and that the decreased efﬁcacy of the universal antidote was caused by tannic acid interfering with activated charcoal’s adsorption of other toxins. OTHER ANTIQUATED ANTIDOTES Until the 1970s, typical recommendations for the treatment of alkali ingestions included the use of vinegar (acetic acid), lemon juice, or, in some cases, dilute hydrochloric acid. Suggestions for neutralizing acid ingestions included the use of magnesium hydroxide, lime water, and calcium carbonate.
Blockade of the fast sodium channel is characterized by terminal positivity of the QRS complex and ST-segment elevation in the right precordial leads (Fig. 5–6). This ECG pattern often occurs in patients who are poisoned by sodium channel blockers, including TCAs, cocaine, and class IA (procainamide) and class IC (ﬂecainide, encainide) antidysrhythmics. In TCA-poisoned patients this pattern is associated with an increased risk of hypotension, but not sudden death or dysrhythmias. Sagging ST segments, inverted T waves, and normal or shortened QT intervals are characteristic effects of cardioactive steroids, such as digoxin, on the electrocardiogram.