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Organophosphorus pesticide poisoning: cases and developments

Aardema, H., Ligtenberg, J. J. M., Peters-Polman, O. M., Tulleken, J. E., Zijlstra, J. G. & Meertens, J. H. J. M., Apr-2008, In : Netherlands Journal of Medicine. 66, 4, p. 149-153 5 p.

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Aardema, H., Ligtenberg, J. J. M., Peters-Polman, O. M., Tulleken, J. E., Zijlstra, J. G., & Meertens, J. H. J. M. (2008). Organophosphorus pesticide poisoning: cases and developments. Netherlands Journal of Medicine, 66(4), 149-153.

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Aardema, H. ; Ligtenberg, J. J. M. ; Peters-Polman, O. M. ; Tulleken, J. E. ; Zijlstra, J. G. ; Meertens, John H. J. M. / Organophosphorus pesticide poisoning : cases and developments. In: Netherlands Journal of Medicine. 2008 ; Vol. 66, No. 4. pp. 149-153.

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Aardema, H, Ligtenberg, JJM, Peters-Polman, OM, Tulleken, JE, Zijlstra, JG & Meertens, JHJM 2008, 'Organophosphorus pesticide poisoning: cases and developments' Netherlands Journal of Medicine, vol. 66, no. 4, pp. 149-153.

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Organophosphorus pesticide poisoning : cases and developments. / Aardema, H.; Ligtenberg, J. J. M.; Peters-Polman, O. M.; Tulleken, J. E.; Zijlstra, J. G.; Meertens, John H. J. M.

In: Netherlands Journal of Medicine, Vol. 66, No. 4, 04.2008, p. 149-153.

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Aardema H, Ligtenberg JJM, Peters-Polman OM, Tulleken JE, Zijlstra JG, Meertens JHJM. Organophosphorus pesticide poisoning: cases and developments. Netherlands Journal of Medicine. 2008 Apr;66(4):149-153.


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abstract = "Self-poisoning with organophosphate pesticides is a major health problem world-wide. Through the inhibition of acetylcholinesterase, organophosphorus poisoning is characterised by the clinical picture of acute cholinergic crisis. Other manifestations are the intermediate neurotoxic syndrome and delayed polyneuropathy.In the Western world, the occurrence of organophosphorus poisoning is less prevalent due to the declining availability of organophosphate pesticides, which could render the recognition of this particular type of intoxication and its specific treatment more difficult.In this article we discuss some recent developments and treatment dilemmas, illustrated by cases from our clinic, followed by a review of the current recommendations in the treatment of organophosphate poisoning.",
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RIS

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AU - Zijlstra, J. G.

AU - Meertens, John H. J. M.

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KW - oximes

KW - parathion

KW - treatment

KW - CHOLINESTERASE INHIBITION

KW - SECONDARY CONTAMINATION

KW - DEVELOPING-WORLD

KW - OXIME THERAPY

KW - PRALIDOXIME

KW - MANAGEMENT

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