Unusual Complications of Quinalphos Poisoning

Abstract

This 40-year-old man was treated for suicidal quinalphos 25%EC consumption. He developed intermediate syndrome with normal response to repetitive nerve stimulation, pancreatitis with high enzyme elevations, and normal computed tomography and excreted black, brown, and orange urine sequentially over the first nine days of hospitalization. The last complication has not been previously reported with any organophosphate compound. He finally succumbed to complication of ventilator associated pneumonia related septic shock and ventricular tachycardia.

DOI: 10.1155/2013/809174

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@inproceedings{Viswanathan2013UnusualCO, title={Unusual Complications of Quinalphos Poisoning}, author={Stalin Viswanathan}, booktitle={Case reports in emergency medicine}, year={2013} }