Tetramine poisoning in China: changes over a decade viewed through the media’s eye

@inproceedings{Li2014TetraminePI,
  title={Tetramine poisoning in China: changes over a decade viewed through the media’s eye},
  author={Yi Li and Yanxia Gao and XueZhong Yu and Jingmin Peng and Fei Ma and Lewis S. Nelson},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Tetramine, or tetramethylenedisulfotetramine, is an internationally banned compound that had been used primarily as a rodenticide. Despite its regulatory status, there are widespread reports of its intentional use in human poisonings, primarily in China, and often in mass poisonings. Enhanced governmental regulations were implemented in 2003 to further reduce the availability of tetramine, though the effects of these regulations, and the current use of tetramine, remains unknown… CONTINUE READING

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