cyanide poisoning

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poisoning due to ingesting or inhaling cyanide

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Most cyanide poisoning cases through food occurred in countries with cassava as their staple food, such as Nigeria and Malawi (Chiwona-Karltun, Tylleskar, Mkumbira, Gebre-Medhin, & Rosling, 2000; Kendirim, Chukwu, & Achinewhu, 1995).
PITTSBURGH, Muharram 15, 1436, Nov 8, 2014, SPA -- A University of Pittsburgh researcher charged in the cyanide poisoning death of his wife last year has been convicted of first-degree murder, AP reported.
Two years later, he died from cyanide poisoning in an apparent suicide.
Methylene blue has been used for cyanide poisoning.
Chief Inspector and officer-in-charge of Tsholotsho Police Station, Muyambirwa Muzzah told the Chronicle that the cyanide poisoning of animals triggers the fourth generation effect, "What they were doing is very cruel because it does not end with the death of the elephants," he said.
A NUMBER of dogs have died from suspected cyanide poisoning in the Lania and Finikaria areas lately, from eating a substance known as candlewax poison.
Further tests revealed that Khan, of Chicago's North Side, died due to cyanide poisoning and his body is set to be exhumed so his final meal can be examined, the report added.
A LOTTERY winner died of cyanide poisoning as he was about to collect his prize.
There are also plenty of grisly tales, including the chilling story of cyanide poisoning in the plating room.
Ingestion of cyanide containing staple foods such as cassava and forage plants have accounted for many instances of cyanide poisoning in humans and animals [4].
Wang Xuemei said the conclusion reached by Chinese authorities that Mr Heywood died from cyanide poisoning lacks sufficient evidence.
That definition of paranoia applies not only to individuals, it also fits large groups of people like the disastrous gathering of people in Jonestown, Guyana, who killed themselves with cyanide poisoning.
Local media reported four deaths from cyanide poisoning.