Detlef Tiess

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A 24 year old female died one day after taking a large overdose of Ospolot (Sultiamum). The autopsy which was performed on the 4th postmortum day and histological tissue studies demonstrated no specific lesions. Chemical analysis showed markedly high concentrations of the unaltered substance (about 350 ppm) in body fluids and organs. A simple and sensitive(More)
The clinical course and some toxicologic-analytical aspects of an acute intoxication with cocaine are presented. Diagnosis was made by the induced toxicologic emergency investigation since neither symptoms nor clinical test results or anamnestic data showed relevant diagnostic information. Based on the results of the analytic investigation, we concluded it(More)
A 22-year old student with suicidal intent ingested approximately 4 g dichromate of potassium and 10 g ferricyanide of potassium. Shortly afterwards he requested medical attention, but in spite of gastric lavage and renal dialysis died 11 hours later in cardiovascular collapse. The pathomorphological and chemical-analytical findings are described and(More)