Experiences of anticholinesterase pesticide poisonings in an Australian Tertiary Hospital
There is limited information regarding the management and outcomes of patients presenting with anticholinesterase pesticide poisoning in Australia. Patients presenting to a tertiary referral hospital with anticholinesterase exposures were identified by discharge coding. The medical records of each patient were retrospectively reviewed. Based on clinical outcome, patients were classified as severe or non-severe poisonings. Forty-one presentations were noted between 1990 and 2003. Eight patients...[Show more]
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