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Posters

  • E-cigarettes

    • 42. Improper use of a medicine bottle to prepare an e-cigarette refill liquid 
    • 43. E-cigarettes and synthetic cannabinoids: A new trend

    Household product safety

    • 44. Dermal and ocular exposure to vinegar essence in Austria, 2002-2014
    • 45. Household cleaning product exposures: Data from the Moroccan Poison Control Centre (2010-2014)  
    • 46. A fatal human exposure to sodium dichloroisocyanurate tablets  
    • 47. Accidental poisonings by ingestion of decanted liquid chemicals: Retrospective analysis of cases reported to a Poisons Centre 1997-2011
    • 48. Experience from the Spanish poison center about laundry detergents capsules
    • 49. Exposure to liquid laundry detergent capsules: Experience of the Danish Poisons Information Centre
    • 50. Composition of automotive screenwashes sold in the UK: How many contain ≥ 3% w/w methanol?  
    • 51. Toxicity of oven cleaners as reported to the UK National Poisons Information Service from 2009 to 2014
    • 52. Did increasing the number of TOXBASE® product entries for liquid laundry detergent capsules increase the number of accesses for these products and reduce the number of telephone enquiries reported to the UK National Poisons Information Service?
    • 53. Has the International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products (AISE) Product Stewardship Programme had an impact on the number and severity of exposures to liquid laundry detergent capsules reported to the UK National Poisons Information Service (NPIS)?
    • 54. Ocular exposures to bleaches: Comparison of severity between sodium hypochlorite and hydrogen peroxide
    • 55. Unintended severe poisoning by a modern toilet cleaner: Analysis of case reports and product databases for early risk detection
    • 56. Addition of a bittering agent in liquid laundry detergent capsule membranes: Is there a tangible ingestion risk decrease? An Italian Poison Control Centre’s point of view. 
    • 57. Inhalation injury by chlorine generated by mixtures of hypochlorite

    Drugs of abuse

    • 58. Acute health problems due to recreational drug use in patients presenting to an urban emergency department in Switzerland
    • 59. Synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonist (SCRA) toxicity reported to the Victorian Poisons Information Centre
    • 60. Clinical signs and symptoms in patients poisoned with processed cannabis (Majoon Birjandi) in Eastern Iran
    • 61. An unhappy end for a party involving Datura stramonium and other abuse drugs
    • 62. Not your regular high: Potentially lethal cardiac dysrhythmias caused by loperamide
    • 63. Inhalational heroin resulting in acute cardiomyopathy and sensorineural hearing loss
    • 64. A fatal case of acute clenbuterol poisoning  
    • 65. Clinical features and outcomes in a case series of 549 MDMA-related acute toxicity presentations reported to the European Drug Emergencies Network (Euro-DEN) project over 15 months  
    • 66. The impact of legislative control of methylphenidate-based novel psychoactive substances on recreational drug-related admissions to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh    
    • 67. Drugs of abuse used by patients presenting to the Emergency Department over a one year period 
    • 68. Chest pain associated with recreational use of cocaine and mephedrone: Should we be asking patients about use?  
    • 69. “Mâajoune” preparations: The most legendary confections of cannabis with other substances of abuse in Morocco
    • 70. Epidemiology and clinical picture of hashish oil poisoning in Slovenia
    • 71. Online survey on prescription medicine misuse: What is the evidence for prescription opioid misuse in Singapore?  
    • 72. Acute neurotoxicity of bath salts combining 3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone and mephedrone in the rat
    • 73. Sustance abuse among medical students in Maribor, Slovenia
    • 74. Abuse of synthetic cannabinoids in Israel: Reports to the National Poison Information Center 2010-2014
    • 75. Alcoholic poisonings in adolescents treated in an emergency room in the summer of 2015
    • 76. Gamma-butyrolactone overdose with metabolic acidosis treated without dialysis  
    • 77. All that glitters is not LSD!
    • 78. Severe clinical toxicity following analytically confirmed use of the synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonist MDMB-CHIMICA: A report from the Identification Of Novel psychoActive substance study (IONA)  
    • 79. Patterns of presentation and clinical toxicity after reported use of methiopropamine: A report from the UK National Poisons Information Service (NPIS)  
    • 81. An unusual case of cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome
    • 82. Clinical features of paramethoxymethamphetamine (PMMA) poisoning in lethal and non-lethal cases
    • 83. Clinical features of intoxication with 2C-series phenethylamines
    • 84. Accidental intoxication with cannabis after mistaking it for frozen food
    • 85. Futile fight - Trends in poisoning with drugs of abuse in Hungary
    • 86. A synthetic cannabinoid receptor agonist (AB-FUBINACA) associated fatality
    • 87. Cases of suspected drink spiking presenting to a Danish emergency department   
    • 88. Trend analysis of novel psychoactive substances (NPS) detected in pooled urine samples from street urinals in London, UK over 18 months  
    • 89. Adverse events associated with tianeptine use and abuse

    Poison control centre activities

    • 91. A review of enquiries received by the UK National Poisons Information Service (NPIS) from England and Wales involving calcium channel blocking drugs 2009-2013
    • 92. Central nervous system toxicity following mefenamic acid overdose: An analysis of UK National Poisons Information Service Data
    • 93. Improving the management of a poisoned patient: How complete is the initial information provided by emergency physicians to poisons centers?  
    • 94. Poisoning by carbon monoxide in Morocco: 1991-2013
    • 95. Toxicovigilance of poisoning cases in the Meknes Tafilalet region, Morocco during 2013-2014
    • 96. Paediatric battery ingestion: The experience of the UK National Poisons Information Service (NPIS)
    • 97. Quality assessment of alkalinization recommendation by Poison Center personnel 
    Mechanisms of toxicity and basic research

    • 98. Factors predicting axonal degeneration of the optic nerve after methanol-induced acute optic neuropathy  
    • 99. Optic nerve remyelination after acute methanol neuropathy: A 2-year prospective study in 54 patients
    • 101. Efficacy of isosorbide dinitrate as an antidote for cyanide poisoning in rabbits depending on the timing of treatment
    • 102. Hydrofluoric acid: An in vitro experiment in a 3D human airway reconstructed epithelia   
    • 103. Hyperbaric oxygen protects neurotrophic activity of carbon monoxide-exposed astrocytes
    • 104. A novel, fluorescence-based method to detect effects of novel psychoactive substances (NPS) on neurotransmitter re-uptake transporters
    • 105. Variability of neurobehavioral toxicity of naphyrone, a new synthetic cathinone, with acute or binge administration
    • 106. Acute behavioral toxicity and addictive liability of the synthetic cathinone 3,4-methylenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) in the rat  
    • 107. A bifunctional and peptide-based opioid agonist-nociceptin antagonist ligand for treatment of pain: Is the benefit-to-neurorespiratory toxicity ratio improved compared to the usual opioids?  
    • 108. The disposition of cocaine and its metabolites in biological matrices following controlled administration in volunteers
    • 109. Polyvinylpyrrolidone-coated iron oxide nanoparticles (PVP-Fe3O4NPs): Toxicological profile evaluation in human brain cells
    • 110. Lack of symptoms following a large combined carbamazepine and quetiapine overdose: The role of enzyme induction by carbamazepine

    Occupational poisoning

    • 111. Acrylamide poisoning with long-term neurological consequences
    • 112. The challenge of unknown chemical exposure
    • 113. Risks related to mineral oils after accidental injection of veterinary vaccines: Prospective study at the Poison Control Centre of Angers
    • 114. Severe poisoning after ingestion of chloroform
    • 115. Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide toxicity treated with acetylcysteine

    Pesticides

    • 116. Risks from and concerns about sodium fluoroacetate (1080): A review of enquiries to the New Zealand Poisons Centre  
    • 117. Severe toxicity with triclopyr overdose: A case report
    • 118. Clinical characteristics of zinc phosphide poisoning in Thailand  
    • 119. Surveillance of acute plant protection pesticide-related poisonings in Italy

    Risk communication and management in mass toxic exposures

    • 121. Death cap mass poisoning of refugees and reporting channels for acute poisoning cases 
  • Medication poisoning and adverse reactions

    • 126. Examining methotrexate exposures reported to the UK National Poisons Information Service 2004-2015: Highlighting adverse reactions and avoidable therapeutic errors
    • 157. Severe hypertension and bradycardia secondary to midodrine overdose
    • 158. Paracetamol toxicity: A survey of awareness in the Eastern province of Saudi Arabia
    • 159. Appropriate medication administration by medical trainees when treating serotonin syndrome
    • 160. Methadone intoxication treated at an emergency centre in Serbia from 2011 to 2014 
    • 161. Rhabdomyolysis associated with synephrine and yohimbe containing nutritional supplements and weight lifting 
    • 162. Diabetic medication enquiries to the New Zealand National Poisons Centre
    • 163. Delirium following loperamide overdose: A case report  
    • 164. Accidental intravenous administration of a Lactobacillus reuteri preparation in a neonate  
    • 165. Severe prolonged tachycardia after massive overdose of paliperidone
    • 166. Overdoses of ropinirole reported to the UK National Poisons Information Service  
    • 167. Safety of antipsychotic drugs: A 16-year review
    • 168. Severe taxane skin reaction due to a drug interaction with amiodarone: A case report
    • 169. Acute iatrogenic parenteral vancomycin overdose and associated nephrotoxicity: A case report
    • 170. What are the causes of and how to prevent medication errors by laypersons?    
    • 171. A case of flecainide overdose responding to lipid emulsion therapy
    • 172. Paracetamol overdose in Slovenia  
    • 173. Supplementation of vitamin D can be hazardous when exaggerated: A case report
    • 174. QT prolongation after accidental tamoxifen ingestion in a 5-year-old child
    • 175. Use of octreotide as a novel treatment for insulin overdose in a non-diabetic patient  
    • 176. Erroneous intravenous injections
    • 177. Analysis of homeopathic product exposures reported to US Poison Centers
    • 178. Vincristine fatality after accidental intrathecal administration: Analytical and therapeutic challenges
    • 179. Convulsions associated with analytically confirmed phenibut ingestion
    • 180. Peridural accidental administration of xenobiotics: An unpredictable outcome
    • 181. Adverse events related to the administration of two different formulation of long-acting injection antipsychotics
    • 182. Resurgence of propylhexedrine abuse as an inexpensive and legal alternative to methamphetamine use
    • 183. QRS prolongation and ventricular tachycardia after citalopram overdose in a pediatric patient  
    • 184. Adult clonidine overdose: Prolonged bradycardia and central nervous system depression, but not severe toxicity

    Adverse reactions from medications

    • 185. Elevation of blood urea nitrogen with initiation of arginine chloride supplementation
    • 186. Ocular cyclopentolate: Another cause of toxic acute confusional state  
    • 187. Adverse drug reactions reported to the Poison Control Centre of Morocco (2013-2014)

    Epidemiology of poisoning

    • 188. Botulism cases in Austria, 2006-2014
    • 189. Human exposures to opioid analgesics reported to the Poisons Information Centre Erfurt from 2005 to 2014
    • 190. Palytoxin exposures reported to the US National Poison Data System (NPDS)
    • 191. How can Poison Control Centers detect new trends in health? Vitamin D exposures as an example
    • 192. Exposures to drugs used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): A Poison Control Center experience
    • 193. Risks of silica gel in medicine containers: The example of a vitamin D and Lactobacillus product for new borns  
    • 194. An epidemiological study of acute intoxications treated in a second level, recently-opened hospital between 2010 and 2015   
    • 195. Severe accidental intoxication: A 10-year analysis 
    • 196. Acute poisoning in addicted patients in the toxicology department  
    • 197. Evaluation of biocidal product enquiries to the Austrian Poison Information Centre 2014
    • 198. Poison exposures in early teens: Calls to the Finnish Poison Information Centre in 2014
    • 199. Descriptive study of medical toxicology consultations at a teaching university hospital in Bangkok   
    • 200. Increased paracetamol-related calls to Finnish PIC better reflect paracetamol sales than serious poisonings  
    • 201. A 4-year analysis of calls answered by the staff at Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital (RCWMCH) Poisons Information Centre (PIC) in South Africa  
    • 202. Referrals from UK schools to the NPIS: An 8-year study  
    • 203. Study of acute atypical antipsychotics poisonings in adults in Bulgaria
    • 204. Epidemiology of cannabis poisoning: Data from the toxicology laboratory of the Poison Control and Pharmacovigilance Centre of Morocco (2013-2015)
    • 205. The burden of malicious poisoning in the Emergency Department  
    • 206. Costs of adult poisoned patients admitted to an adult emergency department of a tertiary hospital evaluated through a toxicovigilance program
    • 207. Characterization of marijuana use in US college students as reported to an online survey
    • 208. Severe and fatal accidental pharmaceutical poisoning in young children in the UK
    • 209. Copper sulphate experiments: An unnecessary hazard at school
    • 210. Toxic love: A 3-year retrospective analysis of love-related toxicological deliberate self-harm
    • 211. Native British snake bites in the UK: An estimation of occurrence and antivenom usage 
    • 212. Iron poisoning and the use of desferrioxamine: Survey Data from the UK National Poisons Information Service (NPIS)
    • 213. Toxicity of 2,4 dinitrophenol: Impact of public health measures discouraging use on episodes of toxicity referred to the UK National Poisons Information Service
    • 215. Caffeine-containing energy drinks and caffeine poisoning in school-age children (5-16 years): TOXBASE® access and enquiry data
    • 216. Fatal poisonings: A 5-year case series of the Pavia Poison Centre 
    • 217. Poisonings in children under 18 years of age presenting to the Emergency Department, Landspitali University Hospital, Iceland
    • 219. Alcohol-based hand sanitizer exposure: Characterization and comparison of US National Poison Data System (NPDS) data and a 5-state regional poison center from 2010-2014
    • 220. The effect of holidays on acute poisoning enquiries to the Danish Poison Information Centre 
    • 221. Tracking the trends over time of unintentional pediatric exposures to benzodiazepines and opioids reported to poison centres in the Global Toxicosurveillance Network  
    • 222. Tracking the trends over time of global adult human exposures to benzodiazepines and opioids reported to poison centres in the Global Toxicosurveillance Network  
    • 223. Carbamazepine enquiries to the National Poisons Information Centre of Ireland: A prospective 7 year study  
    • 271. Intoxications handled in the intensive care unit     

    Miscellaneous

    • 224. Radiation incident preparedness of Dutch hospitals
    • 225. Trends in colchicine exposures reported to the Poisons Information Centre Erfurt
    • 226. Paediatric toxicology emergency simulation training: Beyond discussions on "one pill can kill"  
    • 227. The correlation between TOXINZ enquiries or National Poisons Information Centre calls and emergency department (ED) presentations
    • 228. Behind the scenes of snow globe toxicity  
    • 229. A weight loss product containing fluoxetine
    • 230. Is a urine toxicology report useful at the emergency department for patients who are intoxicated with benzodiazepines?   
    • 231. A case of methanol intoxication treated with continuous renal replacement therapy
    • 232. Circulatory effects of energy drinks after exercise
    • 233. A study of Phlomis olivieri cytotoxicity
    • 234. Public awareness about the market launch of mercury energy-saving lamps in Germany: Assessment of an overhyped case of alleged poisoning
    • 235. Chlorprothixene overdose: Analysis of enquiries to the Danish Poison Information Center
    • 236. A systematic review of clinical presentations of cyanide poisoning
  • Critical care poisoning

    • 270. Pneumomediastinum after intentional injection of MDPV and cannabinoids into the jugular vein
    • 272. Bitter almond ingestion causing life-threatening intoxication
    • 273. Death following suicidal dinitrophenol ingestion can occur in France too  
    • 274. A case of mono-intoxication with duloxetine: Clinical presentation and serum concentrations
    • 275. A case of severe envenoming by eastern diamondback rattlesnake
    • 276. Toxin-induced myocardial stunning with improvement in cardiac contractility after intravenous lipid emulsion administration
    • 277. Severe methaemoglobinaemia and the blue infusion

    Imaging diagnostic tools in the poisoned patient

    • 278. Clinical and renal ultrasound aspects in vitamin D poisoning: A case of poisoning in twins  
    • 279. Pneumothorax – A severe event in acute hydrocarbons poisoning in children: A case report  

    Poisoning management

    • 280. Use of the paracetamol-aminotransferase product to predict hepatotoxicity in paracetamol overdose in a    population treated with a two bag acetylcysteine regimen
    • 281. Use of the paracetamol-aminotransferase product to predict hepatotoxicity in modified-release paracetamol overdose 
    • 282. Detox, drugs and dialysis - do doctors follow the advice of a poisons centre? A prospective study of 206 cases in Northern Germany  
    • 283. Inaccuracy of ECG conduction intervals and rhythm as reported to a Poisons Information Centre (PIC) after deliberate self poisoning
    • 284. Unique histopathology in severe iron toxicity treated with liver transplantation 
    • 285. Topical aphrodisiac ingestion treated with digoxin-specific antibody fragments (DigiFab)
    • 286. TOXIC study: Exposures and outcome of intoxicated patients visiting the emergency department
    • 287. Mathematical modelling of the effect of a high dose acetylcysteine regimen based on the SNAP trial on hepatic glutathione regeneration and hepatocyte death  
    • 288. Massive accidental caffeine overdose treated with continuous veno-venous haemodiafiltration (CVVHDF)
    • 289. Pneumobilia as a complication of accidental ingestion of methyl ethyl ketone peroxide
    • 290. Severe toxicity with guanidine thiocyanate ingestion: A case report
    • 291. Cost and availability of intravenous lipid emulsion therapy: A worldwide survey
    • 292. Emergency Department (ED) visits, hospital admissions, and deaths managed by the Hawaii Poison Center (HPC): 2010-2014

    Analytical and forensic toxicology

    • 293. Bath salts (synthetic cathinones): Two cases with forensic implications
    • 294. The toxicological significance of drug concentrations in bile
    • 295. Synthetic cannabinoid MDMB-CHMICA identifcation in illegal products
    • 296. The role of the toxicology laboratory in the risk assessment of toxicity from counterfeit herbal products
    • 297. Ingestion of liquid fertilizer as suspected cause of death
    • 298. "Spiked" urine in buprenorphine-assisted treatment of opioid dependence: The quantification of metabolites allows for detection of adulteration

    Plant and mushrooms poisoning

    • 299. Accidental poisoning with pulverized Veratrum: A case report with analytical confirmation
    • 300. Amanita phalloides ingestion in children in Austria, 1996 to 2014
    • 301. Herb intoxication: A folk medicine-induced anticholinergic syndrome
    • 302. Intoxications due to wild mushrooms collected by immigrants and asylum seekers in the Netherlands
    • 303. Toxic courgette (zucchini) poisoning – cucurbitacin  
    • 304. Revenge of the zucchinis – is this the result of climate change?  
    • 305. Plant poisonings in the Slovak Republic from 2005–2014
    • 306. Reversible neurotoxicity, gastrointestinal and visual disturbances after consumption of the onion earthball, Scleroderma cepa Pers: A case report
    • 308. Paralytic ileus and anticholinergic toxicity after ingestion of incorrectly prepared lupin seeds
    • 309. A case of severe cardiac arrhythmias after aconite poisoning with botanical and analytical confirmation
    • 310. Fatal colchicine poisoning after accidental ingestion of autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale)  
    • 311. Fatal common yew ingestion with serum taxine confirmation 
    • 312. Amatoxin poisoning during pregnancy: A case report and review of the literature
    • 313. Plant names matter when recording poisoning cases and retrieving information: Kew’s Plant Names Services for Health provides solutions
    • 314. Diospyros rhodocalyx (Tako-Na), a Thai folk medicine, as a cause of hypokalemia, proximal muscle weakness and hypertension
    • 315. Reasoning by analogy might not always be reasonable: Failure of ricinine to predict severity of ricin poisoning in a castor bean ingestion  
    • 316. Lessons to learn from fatal ingestion of Prunus laurocerasus leaves in a goat
    • 317. Thai eggplant ingestion resulting in anticholinergic poisoning and ECG abnormalities
    • 318. Prolonged cardiotoxicity after significant ingestion of Aconitum napellus root

    Animal poisoning

    • 319. Expired antivenin: Good efficacy in a severely envenomed cat bitten by Sistrurus miliarius miliarius
    • 320. Epidemiology of scorpion stings in Morocco from 2005 to 2014  
    • 321. Spider bites in Southern France: 3 cases
    • 323. Viper envenomation in Greece: Antivenom treatment in a case series (2014-2015) from the Greek Poison Information Center
    • 324. Life-saving antivenom treatment after a Monocled Cobra bite in the Netherlands
    • 325. Efficacy of Crotalidae polyvalent immune Fab antivenom with delayed administration
    • 326. Dangerous pets: Cape cobra (Naja nivea) envenomation in Barcelona  
    • 327. Treatment of pain using only hot water baths after weever and scorpion fish envenomations on the French coast  
    • 329. Sea snake envenoming in Australia causes myotoxicity, local effects and non-specific systemic symptoms (ASP-24)
    • 330. The French snake antivenom bank  
    • 331. Hot water immersion treatment for Lion’s mane jellyfish stings in Scandinavia
    • 332. Antivenom availability and clinical response to treatment in viper envenomation in Italy: 3  years' preliminary experience
    • 333. Cardiac magnetic resonance findings in myocarditis due to scorpion envenomation
    • 335. Snakebite and use of three antivenoms in Morocco: FAV-Afrique®, Favirept® and Inoserp® MENA

    Veterinary toxicology

    • 336. Oven cleaner exposure in pets
    • 337. Bleach exposure in dogs
    • 338. A retrospective study of household battery exposure in 271 dogs
    • 339. Severe acute 1,2-dichloropropane poisoning involving sheep    
    • 340. Chocolate poisonings in dogs: A consecutive case series
    • 341. Can fastidiousness kill the cat? Detergent exposures in cats: A common cause of respiratory effects
    • 342. Severe zinc intoxication in a dog: A case report
    • 343. Severe animal poisonings by fertilizers composed of Ricinus communis: A case series
    • 344. Salbutamol exposure in dogs
    • 345. Venlafaxine overdose in dogs: What are the risk factors associated with clinical signs?
    • 346. Ethylene glycol poisoning in cats: What are the prognostic indicators?
    • 347. Oral exposure to fentanyl transdermal patches in dogs

    Poisoning and toxicology in history and culture

    • 349. Racial disparities in the treatment of acute overdose in the emergency department