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Chemotherapy of Amanita phalloides Poisoning with Intravenous Silibinin
Administration of silibinin even up to 48 h after mushroom ingestion appears to be an effective measure to prevent severe liver damage in Amanita phalloides poisoning.
COMA IN MEFENAMIC ACID POISONING
Slit lamp microscopy of the posterior section of the eye with the new preset lens.
- K. Hruby
- PhysicsArchives of ophthalmology
- 1 February 1950
THE RECENT introduction of my preset lens into the United States by lectures of Lindner, 1 as well as the fact that this lens is now being manufactured in the United States under the name the "Hruby…
2,3-Dimercapto-1-Propanesulphonate in Heavy Metal Poisoning
Cardiac arrhythmias in a patient with grayanotoxin-honey poisoning.
Accidental ingestion of NaF tablets by children--report of a poison control center and one case.
- H. Eichler, K. Lenz, M. Fuhrmann, K. Hruby
- MedicineInternational journal of clinical pharmacology…
- 1 July 1982
The case of a boy who died after ingesting 16 mg fluoride/kg, but whose cause of death is not certain beyond doubt, is discussed.
Baclofen (Lioresal) intoxication report of 4 cases and review of the literature.
- A. Haubenstock, K. Hruby, U. Jäger, K. Lenz
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of toxicology. Clinical toxicology
4 cases of baclofen intoxication were reported to the Vienna Poison Information Center during the years 1974-1982. These cases are presented and are discussed along with previously published cases of…
[Was Dr. Carl Koller driven from Vienna in 1885?].
- K. Hruby
- MedicineWiener klinische Wochenschrift
- 7 March 1986
Although Dr. Carl Koller was forced to leave Vienna in 1885, it was not principally for antisemitic reasons, and his discovery of cocaine as local anaesthetic in ophthalmology was undoubtedly worthy of this prize.
[Experiences with acute carbamazepine poisoning].
Clinical Examination of the Vitreous Body
- K. Hruby
- MedicineProceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
- 1 March 1954
This patient shows, combined in each eye, the signs of three entities that occur separately as familial degenerations-macular degeneration, Tay's "choroiditis", and central areolar choroidal atrophy.