Heath A. Jolliff

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The editorial staff of The Journal of Medical Toxicology appreciates all of those who make the success of the journal possible. A medical journal cannot exist without the tireless, and often thankless, work of its peer reviewers. The list only includes those reviewers registered on our web-based program, Editorial Manager. If you have reviewed and we(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine if each hospital in a large Midwestern city has the resources to treat 50 patients exposed to terrorist chemical agents and/or industrial chemicals. DESIGN Surveys specific to each department were sent to emergency department (ED) nursing supervisors, safety officers, and pharmacy directors of each hospital. SETTING The survey was(More)
Most children with exploratory levothyroxine ingestions remain asymptomatic or suffer only minor effects, and most patients can be managed in the home or with supportive care in the hospital. We present a case of a 3-year-old girl who was found after a witnessed massive ingestion of levothyroxine. The patient was initially seen in an emergency department(More)
To the Editor: We were excited to read the article by Michael Wilson et al1 in the March 2012 issue of the Western Journal of Emergency Medicine regarding pharmacologic strategies for the management of agitated patients in the emergency setting. This article highlights several important points including the optimal management of stimulant-induced agitation(More)
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