Electrophysiological studies in acute organophosphate poisoning.


Electrophysiological studies in suicidal patients with organophosphate poisoning are reported. Patients often developed muscular weakness of variable severity owing to diplorisation block at nicotinic receptors. During such paralysis nerve conduction velocity and distal latencies were normal even in severely paralysed patients. The amplitude of the compound… (More)


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@article{Wadia1987ElectrophysiologicalSI, title={Electrophysiological studies in acute organophosphate poisoning.}, author={R. S. Wadia and S. Chitra and Raid Amin and R S Kiwalkar and Harshad Sardesai}, journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry}, year={1987}, volume={50 11}, pages={1442-8} }