Brown-Colored Buccal Mucosa Associated with Methemoglobinemia. Cyanosis Appears Different in Varying Ethnic Groups.

@article{Kanji2017BrownColoredBM,
  title={Brown-Colored Buccal Mucosa Associated with Methemoglobinemia. Cyanosis Appears Different in Varying Ethnic Groups.},
  author={Rafiq Kanji and Hank Joseph Schneider and Mark Pontin},
  journal={The Journal of emergency medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={52 5},
  pages={
          e209-e211
        }
}
Methemoglobinemia in a Case of Paint Thinner Intoxication, Treated Successfully with Vitamin C.
TLDR
This case shows that high-dose vitamin C is safe and has the potential to be an effective alternative for the treatment of severe methemoglobinemia, which responded dramatically to vitamin C therapy, with no side effects. Expand
Exposing racial bias in midwifery education: a content analysis of images and text in Myles Textbook for Midwives
TLDR
Myles Textbook for Midwives presents a light skinned White European norm and often fails to include information that is clinically relevant to the assessment and treatment of people with darker skin colours, which may lead to disparity in midwifery education and contribute to poorer outcomes for women and babies. Expand

References

SHOWING 1-2 OF 2 REFERENCES
Severe methemoglobinemia due to insecticide poisoning
TLDR
The methemoglobin level of 91% in this patient is the highest level reported among methemoglobinemia survivors, and should be suspected with low oxygen saturation on pulse oxymetry and the presence of chocolate colored blood. Expand