Henry Fitzgerald

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1. Sodium monofluoroacetate (1080), a vertebrate pesticide widely used in New Zealand, was administered orally to sheep and goats at a dose level of 0.1 mg kg-1 body weight to assess risk to humans of secondary poisoning from meat. Blood, muscle, liver, and kidney were analysed for 1080 residues. 2. The plasma elimination half-life was 10.8 h in sheep and(More)
1. Sodium monofluoroacetate (1080), a vertebrate pesticide used in New Zealand, was administered orally to rabbits at two dose levels (sub-lethal and lethal) to determine how long 1080 would persist in plasma, liver, kidney, and muscle so that the risk of consumption of meat from lethally or sub-lethally poisoned rabbits by non-target species could be(More)
Perilunar dislocation of the carpus is an unusual injury of the wrist joint, and a bilateral case is so rare that it is worthy of report. In this injury the lunate bone remains in normal relationship with the radius but the other carpal bones and the rest of the hand are displaced backwards, usually to the radial side. The tip of the radial stvloid process(More)
The aim of this study was to assess the rate of uptake of a customised annual Colorectal Cancer Awareness, Screening and Treatment Project (CCASTP) using faecal immunohistochemical test (FIT) kits in low income communities in Malaysia. The immediate objectives were (1) to evaluate the level of adherence of CRC screening among lowincome groups, (2) to assess(More)
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