[Cardiac complications associated with organophosphate poisoning].


INTRODUCTION The clinical picture of organophosphate poisoning is dominated by respiratory and neurological signs. Cardiac complications are rare, serious and little known by clinicians. OBSERVATION F.B, 17 years, was addressed intubated, at the emergencies after an organosphorus poisoning. At admission, the patient was comatose with a muscarinic syndrome… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ancard.2009.07.005


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