aluminium phosphide poisoning - A prospective clinico therapeutic study in tertiary care hospital of eastern U.P. (Gorakhpur) India

Keywords: Aluminium Phosphide, Phosphine shocks, renal perfusion, renal and cardiac status.

Abstract

              Aluminium Phosphide (AlP) poisoning is extremely lethal poisoning. Ingestion is usually suicidal in intention  Phosphine, which is liberated when AlP comes in contact with moisture , is injurious and effect the cellular respiration there by it became lethal. Absence of specific         antidote results in high mortality. The key treatment lies on rapid decontamination and institution of resuscitative measures. The present study was under taken to study the salient features and ways to combat the deleterious effect of poisoning. 

 

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Author Biography

Rakesh Kumar Shahi, BRD Medical college gorakhpur
medecine and associate professor
Published
2015-07-09
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Shahi R. aluminium phosphide poisoning - A prospective clinico therapeutic study in tertiary care hospital of eastern U.P. (Gorakhpur) India. AMS [Internet]. 9Jul.2015 [cited 22Feb.2020];2(5):85-8. Available from: http://asdpub.com/index.php/ams/article/view/192
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