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Introduction: The Nerium oleander plant contains cardenolides that may cause human poisoning when ingested. A long-standing belief holds that it is possible to be poisoned by eating hot dogs or other foods cooked on Nerium oleander branch skewers. Oleandrin levels in frankfurters cooked on fresh...

Author(s)
Suchard, J.; Greb, A.
Publisher
Springer, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Medical Toxicology, 2021, 17, 1, pp 57-60
Abstract

Oleander poisoning typically results in cardiac arrhythmias, hyperkalemia, and gastrointestinal irritation, and can be fatal. Oleander extracts have also been studied experimentally as hypoglycemic agents. Here, we describe a dog with confirmed oleander toxicosis presenting with classical symptoms...

Author(s)
Page, C.; Murtaugh, R. J.
Publisher
Springer, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Medical Toxicology, 2015, 11, 1, pp 141-143
Abstract

Objective: To describe a case in which digoxin-specific immune Fab was used successfully in a dog with severe oleander toxicosis secondary to ingesting plant material. Case Summary: A 6-year-old intact female Rhodesian Ridgeback mixed breed dog was presented for severe oleander toxicosis and was...

Author(s)
Pao-Franco, A.; Hammond, T. N.; Weatherton, L. K.; DeClementi, C.; Forney, S. D.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2017, 27, 5, pp 596-604
AbstractFull Text

Nerium oleander is distributed worldwide, mainly in tropical and subtropical regions. These shrubs are frequently used as ornamental plants. However, they contain more than 30 cardiac glycosides that can cause serious toxic effects in dogs. The objective of this study was to report the clinical and ...

Author(s)
Camplesi, A. C.; Bellodi, C.; Socha, J. J. M.; Hatayde, M. R.; Sobreira, M. F. da R.; Araujo, G. H. M.; Araujo, C. F. M.
Publisher
Centro de Ciências Rurais, Universidade Federal de Santa Maria, Santa Maria, Brazil
Citation
Ciência Rural, 2017, 47, 6, pp e20160970
Abstract

This article reports on a case of oleander poisoning in a 2-year-old 30.5-kg (67.1-lb) neutered male Golden Retriever which was presented for evaluation because of vomiting, anorexia, and severe lethargy. Highlights of the report focused on the diagnosis and treatment of the animal.

Author(s)
Trujanovic, R.; Kovacevic, A.; Kittleson, M. D.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2021, 258, 9, pp 957-959
Abstract

As the spring turns to summer, owners and their pets will spend even more time out of doors. Some venomous animals are more active in the warmer months and there is risk of adder bites or stings from bees, wasps and hornets. Adder bites can result in significant morbidity but low mortality. Insect...

Author(s)
Bates, N.
Publisher
MA Healthcare Limited, London, UK
Citation
The Veterinary Nurse, 2022, 13, 5, pp 225-233
AbstractFull Text

Nerium oleander is a plant of worldwide distribution, especially in tropical and subtropical regions. These shrubs are often used as ornamental plants. This plant contains >30 cardiac glycosides which causes clinical poisoning in dogs. The study was conducted to assess the clinical changes,...

Author(s)
Bellodi, C.; Socha, J. J. M.; Hatayde, M. R.
Publisher
F. B. Moreira, Londrina, Brazil
Citation
PUBVET, 2014, 8, 5, pp Art.1679
Abstract

This case report describes a 3 years old neutered female Shih Tzu dog presented to the Hebrew University Veterinary Teaching Hospital (HUVTH) after being treated by a local veterinarian for gastrointestinal signs. At the hospital, the dog demonstrated sinus bradycardia with occasional sinus block....

Author(s)
Mygdal, S.; Lavi, E.; Klainbart, S.
Publisher
Israel Veterinary Medical Association, Raanana, Israel
Citation
Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 2015, 70, 4, pp 66-70
Abstract

This article discussed the clinical aspects, diagnosis, and treatment of Oleander plant poisoning in guineapigs.

Author(s)
Priymenko, N.; Raymond-Letron, I.; Morin, N.
Publisher
NÉVA Europarc, Créteil, France
Citation
Le Nouveau Praticien Vétérinaire Canine - Féline, 2015, 13, No.60, pp 4, 71-73
Abstract

Objectives: This article discusses the toxicity of the most common poisonous plants known to cause life-threatening systemic effects or death in dogs and cats as reported to the ASPCA Animal Poison Control Center (APCC). Data sources: The article presents an overview of geographic distribution,...

Author(s)
Milewski, L. M.; Khan, S. A.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2006, 16, 1, pp 25-33

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