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Suicidal Trends in Different Indian States: A Retrospective Study

Suicide is an act to intentionally end one’s life. District level suicide data were obtained from respective police stations for the year 2019-2020. Hanging is reported to be the most common strategy primarily on the grounds that materials for the hanging are easily available, followed by consumption of poison (primarily pesticide), drowning, burning, cut injury to wrist, drug overdose, alcohol overdose and fall from building. Present research showed that as indicated by sex, males are at high risk of committing suicide than that of females. The greatest number of suicide cases are reported for the age group of 31-40 years and the least can be seen in the age group below 10 years.
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Analysis on Clinical Features and Risk Factors of Death in Yunnan with Acute Mushroom Poisoning

Mushroom poisoning has become a global public health problem. However, effective treatment of toadstool poisoning and risk factors evaluation are a trouble for clinicians. A total of 137 mushroom poisoning cases were reported, of which 70 (52%) were female. Mortality was 13.1% (18). A latency of ≥6 h was seen in 87 cases (63.50%), with a mortality of 89% (16). Direct bilirubin (DB) ≥34.2 μmol/L was seen in 16 patients, and 124 cases (90.0%) occurred from June to August (summer).
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Suicidal Poisoning by Ingestion of Taxus Baccata Leaves: A Case Report with Review of the Literature

Taxus baccata is one of the most poisonous trees in the world. It contains taxanes and toxic alkaloids: the most dangerous one is the taxine. It is a fairly common plant in our environment and could be extremely dangerous; however, yew poisoning is quite rare. Cases may occur by voluntary or accidental ingestion. Therefore, the rapid orientation and diagnosis of suspected episode are important, in order to treat it quickly.
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Ventricular Arrhythmia Due to Yellow Phosphorus Poisoning

Ratol paste (Yellow Phosphorus) is a local and systemic toxin affecting almost all the organs of the body especially liver, kidney, brain and heart. There is no specific antidote for yellow phosphorus poisoning. Heart is one of the many organs affected by the YP. However cardiac toxicity following acute ingestion of YP has been reported rarely.
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The Vicky Calder Case: A Review

Vicky Calder stood trial twice for the attempted murder of her ex-de facto partner, David Lloyd, by means of deliberate poisoning with acrylamide. Lloyd was left blind, paralysed from the neck down and was unable to speak without mechanical assistance after he fell into a coma following a mysterious ailment.
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Headspace GC-MS Detection of Carbon Monoxide in Decomposed Blood and Hepatic Tissues

Here in a systematic, accurate and reliable method, Head-Space Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (HS-GC/MS) was developed to determine blood carboxyhemoglobin (COHb%), in order to investigate deaths related to CO exposure especially involving blood and hepatic tissues.
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Editorial Board Members Related to Poisoning

Hongxia Hao

Lecturer
Department of Chemistry
University of Toronto
Canada

Avinash Shankar

Chairman
National Institute of Health & Research
Warisaliganj (Nawada), Bihar
India
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