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Birdlife International, The Peregrine Fund, Nature Kenya and the Kenya Bird of Prey Trust expressed their concerns yesterday in a joint statement saying poisoning has killed nearly 40 Critically Endangered vultures adjacent to the world famous Masai Mara National Reserve.
The conference, under the name Poisoning of Animals is a Criminal Offence, How Do We Address It?
The exact incidence and prevalence of acute poisoning is not known in India but it is quite common and unreported problem in children.
Figures released by the Office for National Statistics today reveal that a total of 173 people across the city were killed by drug poisoning between 2014 and 2016.
Pattern of poisoning in particular region depends on various factors such as availability and access to poison, their proper uses, and sociodemographic status of an individual.
Objective: To determine the trends of acute poisoning in terms of frequency, nature of poisoning agent, clinical presentation and its outcome.
Background: Acute poisoning including drug overdose is responsible for significant morbidity and mortality.
By tracking cases of CO poisoning and investigating their causes, public health findings have provided information to inform the development of laws and regulations.
ALCOHOL poisoning among girls is helping fuel a rise in poisonings suffered by teenagers, research suggests.
1] Poisoning is defined as exposure of an individual to a substance that can cause symptoms and signs of organ dysfunction leading to injury or death.
There has been a lot of concern about whether the poisoning happened at Crufts and we are now able to reassure all dog-lovers who came to Crufts that this could not have been possible and it is highly likely that the poisons, thought to be on a piece of beef, were eaten in Belgium, shortly before Jagger's death.
Masimo announced today that a new clinical study recently published in the Emergency Medicine Journal shows that Masimo's noninvasive carboxyhemoglobin (SpCO) from rainbowA Pulse CO-Oximetry helped clinicians identify 23% more patients with carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning who presented to the emergency department (ED) with headaches.
Poisoning in children causes great anxiety in parents and health professionals alike.
The American Association of Poison Control Centers and experts at America's 57 poison control centers have launched a campaign to encourage young adults to call the Poison Help hotline instead of searching online for answers to poisoning questions.
However, child poisoning, particularly from medicines, remains a public health problem.