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salicylism

 [sal´ĭ-sil″izm]
toxic effects of overdosage with salicylic acid or salicylates, usually marked by tinnitus, nausea, and vomiting.

sal·i·cyl·ism

(sal'i-sil'izm),
Poisoning by salicylic acid or any of its compounds.

salicylism

/sal·i·cyl·ism/ (sal´ĭ-sil″izm) toxic effects of overdosage with salicylic acid or its salts, usually marked by tinnitus, nausea, and vomiting.

salicylism

(săl′ĭ-sə-lĭz′əm)
n.
A toxic syndrome caused by excessive doses of salicylic acid or salicylates.

salicylism

[sal′isil′izəm]
Etymology: Gk, salix, willow, hyle, matter, ismos, practice
a syndrome of salicylate toxicity. See also salicylate poisoning.

salicylism

Toxicology Acute Sx due to aspirin–salicylate overdose, causing a severe metabolic acidosis and a large anion gap; early, salicylates stimulate respiration by central mechanisms–↓ PaCO2 and plasma bicarbonate levels; salicylates interfere with mitochondrial metabolism; when mitochondria degenerate, there is a release of unmeasured organic acids, and ↑ anion gap Clinical Severe headache, N&V, ringing in ears, confusion, ↑ pulse, ↑ respiratory rate. See Salicylates.

sal·i·cyl·ism

(sal'i-sil'izm)
Poisoning by salicylic acid or any of its compounds.

salicylism

Toxicity from overdosage doses with salicylates.

sal·i·cyl·ism

(sal'i-sil'izm)
Poisoning by salicylic acid or any of its compounds.

salicylism (sal´isil´izəm),

n a toxic state resulting from excess ingestion of salicylates.

salicylism

toxic signs caused by salicylic acid.