Marilyn J. Heath

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A case of fatal disulfiram-alcohol reaction due to ingestion of ethanol and antabuse is presented. Unusual autopsy findings and toxicological results are described. This case represents a report of corrosion lesion in the lower oesophagus and stomach due to a violent chemical reaction in situ and also the highest blood concentration of acetaldehyde (41(More)
Intermittent methohexitone for conservative dentistry has been shown to cause clinically undetectable respiratory obstruction, depression of the laryngeal reflex, and arterial hypoxaemia. Because of the pronounced decrease in total peripheral resistance, the blood pressure was maintained only by large increases in cardiac output. Furthermore, the output of(More)
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