Injuries and poisonings

Poisoning with oils: butter, vegetable, essential

The pathogenesis of oil poisoning is divided into microbial (toxicoinfection, toxicosis, mixed etiology) and non-microbial. In the first case, pathogenic microorganisms, multiplying, secrete toxins, the accumulation of which in the body leads to a general toxic syndrome

Tomato poisoning

Tomato poisoning does not always occur, but only for certain reasons. In general, tomatoes are safe to eat if properly grown, canned, stored under normal conditions, etc.

Toadstool poisoning

One of the most poisonous mushrooms known to mycologists is the pale toadstool (Amanita phalloides), and toadstool poisoning, a non-bacterial foodborne toxicity infection, causes the majority of mushroom-related deaths worldwide.

Fracture of the base of the skull

A skull base fracture involves a fracture of the bones that form the basis of its outer surface (basis cranii externa), as well as structures of the inner surface of the skull base (basis cranii interna).

Chicken food poisoning

The reason for poisoning with chicken meat is most often the unsuitability of the meat for consumption due to its rottenness, as well as insufficient roasting. 

Watermelon poisoning of an adult and a child

Experts note that more cases of watermelon poisoning occur in June-July, when the early giant berries appear on the shelves.

Cucumber poisoning: fresh, salted, pickled

Among the possible toxic effects of food origin, experts note poisoning with cucumbers - fresh, lightly salted, salted, canned.

Fly bite of an adult and a child

Dipterology, which studies flies, describes almost 120 thousand species of these insects, and some of them can bite humans. In most cases, a fly bite causes only mild skin irritation, but some species carry pathogens, including dangerous ones.

Human bite by a dog

Currently, there is a large number of infectious diseases (zoonoses) that are transmitted from person to animal. These diseases include, for example, rabies, leptospirosis, leishmaniasis, various psittacosis, tetanus.

Formaldehyde poisoning

Formaldehyde is a poisonous and at the same time very common chemical, namely a gas, the aqueous solution of which is known as formalin. 


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