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Well-known drug ingestions in pediatrics: Aspirin (salicylates) -- see "Poison Ingestion" entry ... ingestion of poison chapter. Recreational street drugs ...
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... commits the offense of feticide by drug ingestion if he or she willfully and ... solely causes the death of a viable fetus by the ingestion of drugs. ...
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Does the lab's method distinguish between drug ingestion and external contamination? ... and drug ingestion, however, these same labs use a less effective and ...
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... close to the scalp can provide a several month window to detect drug ingestion. ... parent drug ratios which are known to be produced by ingestion. ...
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How long after drug ingestion is activated charcoal still effective? ... of activated charcoal administered 1, 2, and 3 hours after drug ingestion. ...
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... fixed drug eruption (FDE) is an uncommon adverse event related to drug ingestion ... Thirteen women aged 15-84 were seen with vulvitis related to drug ingestion. ...
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Michigan State Police - Information on drugs ... In Michigan – 5 deaths have been linked to GHB ingestion ... Warning Signs and Side Effects of Rape Drug Ingestion ...
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Caffeine Toxicity: A Case of Child Abuse by Drug Ingestion. Morrow, PL ... and child abuse by drug/substance administration are uncommonly reported. ...
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LABORATORY: Toxicology Testing. Child Abuse Evaluation & Treatment ... drug ingestion and testing is available for that drug, order that specific drug level. ...
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... to the role of pathology of drug ingestion patterns among Amefican adolescents. ... were said to result from the drug's ingestion, and people were believed ...
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... to correlate time of ingestion with location of drug along the hair shaft. ... for distinguishing between drug ingestion and external contamination developed, ...
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Drug Information. Recipe File. Ask a Pharmacist Archives. Interactive Tools ... disease caused by infection, drug ingestion, metabolic or autoimmune disorders. ...
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