carbofuran

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A broad-spectrum anticholinergic pesticide/insecticide sprayed by air to protect various crops—e.g., alfalfa, rice, grapes, and cotton
Toxicity Most commonly affecting farm workers—N&V, headache, muscle weakness, tearing, salivation, bradycardia, diaphoresis, pupillary contraction (miosis)

carbofuran

N-methyl-carbamate Occupational medicine A broad-spectrum anticholinergic pesticide/insecticide sprayed by air to protect various crops–eg alfalfa, rice, grapes, and cotton Toxicity Most commonly affecting farm workers–headache, N&V, muscle weakness, tearing, salivation, bradycardia, diaphoresis, miosis

carbofuran

a carbamate acaricide and nematocide.
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