Costa, Current Issues in Organophosphate
Toxicology, 336 CLINICA CHIMICA ACTA l, 1-2 (2006).
In addition, we used the Oxford Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine Levels of Evidence (Appendix 2) for therapy (whether a treatment is efficacious, effective or harmful) (11), to categorise the level and grade of evidence for each adjunct therapy evaluated in human organophosphate
Airway management, along with other supportive therapy, is most important in the management of organophosphate
poisoning as respiratory failure is the most common cause of death.
The team has already trialled its organophosphate
degrading enzyme for these purposes in the laboratory and achieved a greater than 90% reduction in residue levels.
Said George Monbiot, quoting Purdey in his November Guardian article: "BSE arose in British herds during the 1980s because the Ministry of Agriculture started forcing all cattle farmers to treat their animals with the organophosphate
pescticide at far higher doses than are used elsewhere in the world.
Carrots, another festive favourite, can contain organophosphates
An unidentified pilot interviewed for the report stated that he had made 'silly mistakes that you wouldn't expect a new pilot to make' after suffering symptoms consistent with long-term exposure to organophosphates
He said Glasgow's Southern General Hospital diagnosed him as having high blood pressure caused by organophosphates
13 years ago.
There are dozens of organophosphate
insecticides on the market.
A snapshot of the global therapeutic scenario for Organophosphate
And Carbamate Poisoning.
In addition, chlorpyrifos, an organophosphate
widely used in agriculture, was explored independently because previous research had associated higher levels of prenatal exposure with diminished psychomotor and mental development in children at 3 years of age (Rauh et al.
The initial clinical presentation of amitraz and organophosphate
poisoning may be similar; however, their management is different.