by Dan Rusyniak OK, I am going to dive into this whole Russia controversy. Now before you go getting all political on me, I am not talking about the Muller probe. I am talking about the recent suspected poisoning of a former Russian Spy in England. While Russia has been the prime culprit […]
Severe hypoglycemia can be scary, especially when the patient isn’t responding to front-line therapies (e.g. IV dextrose). However, some unconventional tools and an organized approach can make this extremely manageable.
by Jeff Lapoint July, 2010. 3:14 am. “Jeff, I got a liddle case for ya”, said the voice of Lou (named changed), the very New York C-SPI from the Poison Center. “917-555-. . .” He continued to rattle off a phone number. “Dude, give me more than that”, I begged. I was a new fellow, […]
The synthetic cannabinoid / brodifacoum outbreak with Dr. Steve Aks Join Dan (@drusyniak) &Howard (@heshiegreshie) as they chat with Dr. Steve Aks as they talk about one of the more concerning toxicologic outbreaks in recent memory – the exposure to brodifacoum through synthetic cannabinoid use. Although still ongoing, this crisis highlights the importance of teamwork […]