Pediatric Toxicology

The major components that effect pediatric toxicology are lead, carbon monoxide and arsenic, camphor etc. Determining the dose is important, but frequently can be variable. Cardiovascular diseases are most commonly observed in children and most of the children are suffering from gastrointestinal diseases like stomach infections, appendicitis, hernia, bulge of intestines and Hirschspung’s disease.

 

  • Camphor poisoning in children
  • Caustic esophageal injury in children
  • Phencyclidine (PCP) intoxication in children
  • Isopropyl alcohol poisoning in children
  • Ciguatera fish poisoning in children
  • Toxic plant ingestions and nicotine poisoning in children
  • Toxic plant ingestions and nicotine poisoning in children

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