NACCT 2013 ATLANTA, GA (SEPT 27-OCT 2)
(List courtesy of Dr. Mark Mycyk. The full list with author names is available at www.clintox.org)
Abstract #31 – Markedly prolonged elevation of serum creatinine following Blue Thunder nitromethane-containing fuel ingestion
Abstract #32 – Should we GoLytely in recommending whole bowel irrigation?
Abstract #35 – Descriptive Analysis of Patients Receiving Digoxin Immune Fab Therapy: Demographics, Concentrations, Recommendations
Abstract #37 – Haloperidol successfully treats cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome
Abstract #38 – Forgoing the Folate – Fair or Folly?
Abstract #44 – Multiple Dose Activated Charcoal Fails to Reduce Elimination Half-Life in a Severe Phenobarbital Toxicity
Abstract #51 – Pediatric Ingestions of Phenazopyridine
Abstract #133 – Caffeine: What’s the Buzz ?
Abstract #148 – Made to deliver: a comparison of lead contamination in imported and non-imported spices
Abstract #187 – Evaluation of emergency department visits for coagulopathy, hypoglycemia and bradycardia
Abstract #189 – How often do i take this? Methotrexate’s atypical dosing is confusing
Abstract #233 – Who uses bath salts? Urban vs. rural distribution of PCC cases
Abstract #237 – Steroids, Growth Hormone, and the Poison Center
Abstract #244 – Comparison of Medical Simulation to Written and Oral Examination in the Assessment of Emergency Medicine Residents in Medical Toxicology
Abstract #257- How long does it take to get published? A description of Medical Toxicology Fellowship Graduates
Abstract #265 – Polydrug overdoses with benzodiazepines and psychotropics: the Medical Toxicologist’s perspective
Abstract #266 – Down the Toilet and Into Your Drinking Water
Abstract #278 – Synthetic Drugs Smoked Out: Outcome of a Unique Public Health Partnership
Abstract #289 – A Ten-Year Review of Nutmeg Toxicity Reports to the Illinois Poison Center 2001-2011
Abstract #302 – Hydroxychloroquine and Cardiotoxicity: A Retrospective Review of Regional Poison Center Data
Abstract #303 – A Comparison of DAWN and NPDS Data for Opioid Use
Abstract #315 – Outpatient Prescription Naloxone in a County Hospital Emergency Department: A Pilot Program