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Archive » 2009 » 1-2 » | Archive » Medical field » Fields » Toxicology »

Intoxication with Pesticides

 
Abstract:

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Pesticides are agents intended for killing, preventing, repelling or mitigating any pest. They continue to be used extensively despite limiting regulations in many countries. Their wide­spread use and availability have contributed to making pesticide poisoning relatively common. The following text focuses on the most frequently used pesticides in Slovenia, along with their toxicology, diagnostic evaluation and management of patients after pesticide poisoning.

Authors:
Markota Andrej, Sinkovič Andreja

Keywords:
pesticides - poisoning

Cite as:
Med Razgl. 2009; 48: 77–82.

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