levels and vitamin K| treatment in dogs with anticoagulant rodenticide poisoning.
The predominant rodenticide exposure is anticoagulant rodenticides, generally the superwarfarin
Ingestion of rat poisons containing superwarfarin (brodifacoum) is an important public health problem in the United States.
Superwarfarin poisoning was suspected and testing revealed a brodifacoum serum level of 0.1 ug/ ml.
Superwarfarin poisoning was suspected, and testing revealed serum brodifacoum.
The ingestion of superwarfarin containing rodenticides, such as brodifacoum, may result in long lasting and potentially fatal coagulopathy.
Mosquito repellents and superwarfarin
rodenticides are they really toxic in children?
Suspect superwarfarin poisoning in suicidal patients with coagulopathy, prolonged prothrombin time, and elevated INR that does not respond to large amounts of vitamin K.
Suspect superwarfarin poisoning in patients with coagulopathy, prologned prothrombin time, and elevated INR
Most are "superwarfarins"--chemicals similar to warfarin but more potent and with a much longer half-life.
A prospective study of acute, unintentional, pediatric superwarfarin
ingestions managed without decontamination.
That is, until last week, when we had a potential poisoning with brodifacoum, one of the superwarfarin