National Association of Medical Examiner's Pediatric Toxicology (PedTox) Registry.

  title={National Association of Medical Examiner's Pediatric Toxicology (PedTox) Registry.},
  author={Randy L. Hanzlick},
  volume={107 2},
In 1985, the National Association of Medical Examiners (St. Louis, MO) established a Pediatric Toxicology (PedTox) Registry to collect case reports of drugs and substances detected in children. For many drugs and substances detected in children, to date, the medical and toxicology literature contain little useful information regarding toxic and lethal concentrations, and the PedTox Registry was established to provide additional information to those who must interpret observed concentrations of… Expand
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National Association of Medical Examiners Pediatric Toxicology Registry: Report 2 Phenylpropanolamine Update
  • R. Hanzlick
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of forensic medicine and pathology
  • 1993
The plasma PPA levels observed in the incontinent children fell within the range of blood PPA concentrations reported in the PedTox Registry, and were well tolerated in children ≥ 6 years of age. Expand