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Poison management manual
|Statement||editors, Debra A. Kent, Gillian A. Willis ; assistant editor, Katherine J. Lepik.|
|Contributions||Kent, Debra A., 1953-, Lepik, Katherine J., 1960-, Willis, Gillian A., University of British Columbia. Drug and Poison Information Centre.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||738 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||738|
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The Poison Management Manual (PMM) is a publication of the B.C. Drug and Poison Information Centre (DPIC). The PMM is divided into three sections: General Treatment Principles; Poison and Drug Treatment Monographs; Antidotes; The PMM is designed to serve as a reference for health care professionals treating Poison management manual book patients.
The PMM is a. The contents of this manual have been developed by an international working group of experienced poisons centre staff. Dr Irma Makalinao, National Poison Control & Information Service, General management Poison management manual book the poisoned patient.
Poison information centres: their role in the prevention and management of poisoning History Functions Benefits Conclusions and recommendations Technical guidance 2.
Information services Organization and operation Location, facilities, and equipment Staff Financial aspects Research 3. Clinical services Introduction Clinical toxicology units.
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A timely provision of poisoning information is appropriate for the poison management which is provided by Poison Information Services as per the needs of the enquirer. eds. Manual of. Poison control centers may be able to help identify unknown pills based on their appearance.
The centers have ready access to toxicologists. The telephone number of the nearest center is often listed with other emergency numbers in the front of the local telephone book; the number is also available from the telephone operator or, in the US, by.
Poison centers are an integral part of the management of potentially exposed patients. These centers are typically staffed with specialists trained in the management of poisoned patients, who have extensive reference material at their disposal.
Poison centers have immediate access to medical toxicologists if more extensive evaluation is required. The manual is a work in progress. At present 10 chapters have been written, and additional chapters are planned. The currently available chapters are as follows: 1. Introductory material Guidelines for training poisons information staff - Principles Guidelines for training poisons information staff - Methods 2.
Skills and Operations. Poison Management Manual; Drug Information. Drug Information Line for BC Healthcare Professionals Only or (Mon - Fri, 9am to 4pm) call the Poison Control Centre at or The BC Drug and Poison Information Centre website is NOT a substitute for talking with a trained Poison Specialist.
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Anne Louise Bannon has written for magazines and newspapers across the country, including Emergency Physicians Monthly and Reviews: Call Poison Help at in the United States or your regional poison control center in the following situations. The person is stable and has no symptoms; The person is going to be transported to the local emergency department; Be ready to describe the person's symptoms, age, weight, other medications he or she is taking, and any information you have about the poison.
The book is written by a research chemist, so it can be rather technical, but the frequent references to Christie’s mysteries (and discussion of why each poison would or wouldn’t have worked as described) liven up the scientific parts.
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Poisoning is a significant global public health problem. According to WHO data, in an estimatedpeople died worldwide from unintentional poisoning. Of these deaths, 84% occurred in low- and middle-income countries. In the same year, unintentional poisoning caused the loss of over million. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT OF ACUTE POISONING eBook is an electronic version of a traditional print book THE can be read by using a personal computer or by using an eBook reader.
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The WAPC is accessible toll-free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, days a year.