Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of ingestion.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Since this is the case it is prudent to treat all ingestions as if they are serious and potentially lethal.

    Dr. Richard Palmquist: Pet Owners Beware: This Common Sweetener Can Poison Dogs

  • Methemoglobinemia is a serious complication which can occur with acute phenazopyridine ingestions.

    Phenazopyridine

  • The blue color of methylene blue may impart a transitory cyanosis to the patient which clears as the methylene blue is converted to the active and colorless leukomethylene blue. 1 It is theoretically possible that repeat doses may be required in phenazopyridine ingestions due to persistent and prolonged production of toxic metabolites.

    Phenazopyridine

  • When patients present with toxicity secondary to 'loads' ingestions, they often manifest symptoms similar to the case presented (A.H.).

    Loads

  • In the more toxic ingestions there is an intial excitation phase associated with a hypermetabolic state.

    Monamine Oxidase Inhibitors

  • Treatment of toxic ingestions of MAO-I should consist of basic supportive modalities including the maintenance of airway, breathing and circulation.

    Monamine Oxidase Inhibitors

  • Easy accessibility, food-like taste and smell, and bright colors make these rodenticides a frequent source of accidental ingestions.

    Rat Poisons

  • Serious adverse effects result when the amount ingested exceeds 50-175 mg/kg of body weight. 1 Potentially lethal intoxications occur with ingestions exceeding 500 mg/kg. 2 The infrequency of pure salicylate overdoses allows its complex nature to be underestimated.

    Aspirin: effects, poisoning

  • Moreover in polydrug ingestions unresponsive to flumazenil no seizure activity or arrhythmias occurred.

    Flumanazil

  • As with ingestions, never attempt to neutralize a caustic skin exposure.

    Caustics

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