Mushroom Poisoning

Mushroom poisoning is an acute intoxication that occurs when in contact with poisons that are contained in fruit bodies. Symptoms vary depending on the type of fungus. The most common signs are vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain, jaundice, seizures, decreased blood pressure, impaired consciousness. Pathology is diagnosed according to anamnesis, results of chemical and toxicological examination…

boric acid poisoning

Boric Acid Poisoning

Boric acid poisoning is an exogenous intoxication caused by the simultaneous intake of 15-20 grams of the substance or its gradual use in smaller doses. For young children, taking 4-5 grams is dangerous. The main symptoms are vomiting and nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, impaired function of the excretory systems, heart and blood vessels, collapse, shock.…

barbiturate poisoning

Barbiturate Poisoning

Barbiturate poisoning is a pathological condition that occurs when ingesting toxic doses of barbamil, phenobarbital, barbital sodium and other drugs of this pharmacological group. It is manifested by the development of a comatose state, respiratory, cardiovascular, renal insufficiency, trophic disorders. At the prehospital stage, the diagnosis is made by the presence of appropriate clinical manifestations,…

ammonia poisoning

Ammonia Poisoning

Ammonia poisoning is a pathological condition provoked by inhalation of vapors of this substance, as well as its ingestion in the form of an aqueous or alcoholic solution. In case of man-made disasters, contact damage to the skin and mucous membranes is possible. The main manifestations include lacrimation, pain in the eyes, shortness of breath,…

complications of anesthesia

Complications of Anesthesia

Complications of anesthesia are unintended negative effects that occur during general anesthesia or shortly after waking up. They manifest themselves in the form of respiratory failure, circulatory disorders, excessive central nervous system depression, vomiting, regurgitation. After awakening, psychoses, hallucinatory syndrome, paresis and paralysis may develop. In some cases, dynamic intestinal obstruction is detected. The diagnosis…

complications of local anesthesia

Complications of Local Anesthesia

Complications of local anesthesia are adverse reactions resulting from the administration of local anesthetic drugs. Depending on the type of complication, the patient may have symptoms such as suffocation, impaired hemodynamics and intracardiac conduction, changes in the central nervous system, skin rash. The diagnosis is established on the basis of anamnesis and clinical manifestations, in…