vomiting sickness

vomiting sickness

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Clinical manifestations of Jamaican vomiting sickness include headache, thirst, sweating, vomiting, lethargy, seizures, coma, and death over a span of hours to days.
Ackee is the cause of a death to children under 15 years with acute encephalitic disease called Jamaican vomiting sickness (JVS).
NAUSEA AND VOMITING Sickness is normally experienced when the cancer is at an advanced stage.
Ashley Augustine and Amy Perks believe their decision to watch Disney blockbuster Up, rather than go to bed early with what they thought was winter vomiting sickness, proved the difference between life and death.
Washington, Mar 22 (ANI): A new study from Creighton University of Omaha has revealed that chronic marijuana abuse is linked to a severe vomiting sickness.
His brother Sol, a frequent winner this winter, was also in action, determined to ride in the under-10's event despite picking up the winter vomiting sickness that seems to be so common at the moment, and finished in the middle of the large field of riders.
They would normally be carried out at Glasgow's Southern General and Victoria Infirmary, but staff shortages and an outbreak of winter vomiting sickness have caused a backlog.
A case of THS was defined as a clinician's diagnosis of hypoglycemia in any person who was examined at eight public hospitals from January 1, 1989, through July 31, 1991, and who had a hospital discharge diagnosis or cause of death listed as Jamaican vomiting sickness, ackee poisoning, renta yam poisoning, or toxic hypoglycemia of unknown etiology.