Vacor

Vacor

a single dose rodenticide that acts as an antagonist of B vitamins, particularly nicotinamide; useful against warfarin-resistant rodents. Poisoning causes vomiting, abdominal pain and weakness. Called also pyriminil.
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Type 1 diabetes is a recognized complication after accidental poisoning with the banned rodenticide Vacor (Gallanosa a al.
Diabetes mellitus associated with autonomic and peripheral neuropathy after Vacor rodenticide poisoning: a review.
Diabetes mellitus and autonomic dysfunction after Vacor rodenticide ingestion.
Diabetes mellitus and orthostatic hypotension resulting from ingestion of Vacor rat poison: endocrine and autonomic function studies.
Drug- or chemical-induced through use of vacor, pentamidine, nicotinic acid, glucocorticoids, thyroid hormone, diazoxide, [beta] adrenergic agonists, thiazides, dilantin, [beta] interferon, and others;