Ipecac is no longer recommended for the induction of emesis in acute toxic ingestions – but here is a nostalgic flashcard review…
The opiate withdrawal flashcard was heavily inspired by the movie Trainspotting.
I chose to use the board game Operation as the foundation for the Approach to the Poisoned Patient flashcard.
Taking a break from the amazing #SMACCgold education stream to present some Toxicology research, Tox in a box updates and more
A man arrests from an unusual toxicological cause… Can you get to the bottom of the case-based Q&A using your toxicological Sherlock Holmes skills?
LITFL’s Joe Rotella can’t wait for TAPNA 2014 — read on to find out why the Toxicology and Poisons Networks Australasia’s conference will be the place to be from April 30 to May 3 2014.
LITFL’s Joe Rotella speaks to Anselm Wong about GETUP! The Global Educational Toxicology Uniting Project supported by ACMT.
It is probably more appropriate to use the term ‘cannabinoid analog’ rather than Synthetic Marijuana, but now we’re talking semantics.
This illustration summarise the effects of local anaesthetic toxicity through anthropomorphization
Hydrogen Sulfide Poisoning is by far my favourite illustration, where we once again see Travis reprise his role as “guy on the toilet”.
I drew my inspiration for the Extrapyramidal Side Effects flashcard from the pop photography of Andy Warhol.
Arsenic is often used as a rat poison; it causes glove and stocking paraesthesia, scaly skin and garlic breath…