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Updating treatment of pesticide poisoning.

Authors
Quinby-GE
Source
Conference on agricultural health and safety, proceedings of a symposium, September 4-5, 1974, Iowa City, Iowa. Berry CM, Beard R, Finklea J, Lloyd W, eds. New York: Society for Occupational and Environmental Health, 1975 Jul; :81-89
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NIOSHTIC No.
00071325
Abstract
The necessity of obtaining as complete a medical history before attempting treatment in cases of suspected pesticide poisoning is stressed. In the past, some incorrect diagnoses have been rendered when the examining physician, hearing of pesticide exposure in the patient, ceased to look further and simply assumed the exposure was responsible for the illness. When carefully scrutinized by thorough history, physical examination, adequate lab work, good differential diagnosis, and, if need be, therapeutic trials, many cases of suspected pesticide poisonings turn out to be entirely different in origin. In cases of occupational insurance claims, symptoms and signs of illness totally unrelated to the known modes of action of pesticides have been attributed to pesticide exposure. Over- treatment in various kinds of exposure cases and specific treatment for certain pesticides are briefly covered. (Contract No. CDC-099-74-0098)
Keywords
Agricultural-chemicals; Agricultural-workers; Medical-treatment; Medical-personnel; Medical-examinations; Medical-care; Toxic-substances; Pest-control; NIOSH-Contract; Contract-099-74-0098
Publication Date
19750701
Document Type
Conference/Symposia Proceedings
Editors
Berry-CM; Beard-R; Finklea-J; Lloyd-W
Funding Type
Contract
Fiscal Year
1975
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS Price
Identifying No.
Contract-099-74-0098
Source Name
Conference on agricultural health and safety, proceedings of a symposium, September 4-5, 1974, Iowa City, Iowa
State
OH; IA; NY
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