Food poisoning.

  title={Food poisoning.},
  author={David T. Lawrence and Stephen G Dobmeier and Laura K Bechtel and Christopher Peter Holstege},
  journal={Emergency medicine clinics of North America},
  volume={25 2},
  pages={357-73; abstract ix}
Food poisoning is encountered throughout the world. Many of the toxins responsible for specific food poisoning syndromes are no longer limited to isolated geographic locations. With increased travel and the ease of transporting food products, it is likely that a patient may present to any emergency department with the clinical effects of food poisoning. Recognizing specific food poisoning syndromes allows emergency health care providers not only to initiate appropriate treatment rapidly but… CONTINUE READING