pesticide poisoning


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toxic condition resulting from ingesting or inhaling a pesticide

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Pesticide poisoning in the Asia pacific region and the role of regional information network J Toxicol Clin Toxicol 1995;33(6):677-82.
Yavatmal (Maharashtra) [India], November 2 ( ANI ): The Maharashtra government on Thursday urged the Centre to initiate a Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI)-led probe into incident of farmer deaths caused due to pesticide poisoning in Yavatmal district.
It is recommended to wash the vegetables and fruits before use to avoid any accidental pesticide poisoning.
Pesticide poisoning in the developing world a minimum pesticide list.
The first global estimates of the extent of pesticide poisoning were published in 1990 by the World Health Organisation [35].
Pesticide poisoning cases should be treated as "grave crimes" and the culprits should get stringent penalties, municipal officials dealing with such cases have said.
Filipino man died from pesticide poisoning via air conditioning vents, says report
Dubai Concerned over the rising number of cases of pesticide poisoning, Dubai Police is training its officers to deal with them more effectively.
3] Not only is aldicarb poisoning often misdiagnosed as organophosphate intoxication, but there is very low awareness among health professionals that all forms of pesticide poisoning constitute a medical notifiable condition.
The topics discussed include wildlife ownership, defining a crime scene and collecting physical evidence, wildlife forensic pathology and toxicology in wound analysis and pesticide poisoning, identifying reptile skin products using scale morphology, forensic DNA analysis of wildlife evidence, and using mitochondrial DNA sequences for wildlife forensics in Thailand.
1995), and only one examined associations among participants without prior pesticide poisoning (Steenland et al.
Most birds of prey have enjoyed a period of recovery after the disaster of organochlorine pesticide poisoning during the 1950s-60s.
Diseases and parasites, pesticide poisoning, the impact of GMO cultures, stress associated with changes in diet and climate conditions are the factors taken into account by the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) in a recent study to explain the decline of bees.
The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that 300,000 farm workers suffer acute pesticide poisoning each year.
MUSCAT: According to the WHO, worldwide, an estimated three million cases of pesticide poisoning occur every year, resulting in an excess of 250,000 deaths.
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