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Objective: To report intussusception as a complication of methiocarb toxicity in dogs and discuss possible risk factors. Intestinal intussusception was diagnosed from 24 hours to 18 days following symptomatic treatment of methiocarb toxicity in three dogs. All cases had persistent clinical signs of ...

Author(s)
Corfield, G. S.; Connor, L. M.; Swindells, K. L.; Johnson, V. S.; Raisis, A. L.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 2008, 18, 1, pp 68-74
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Methiocarb is used as a snail and slug poison which cause neurological symptoms and high doses may result to respiratory failure. Three dogs observed to be suffering from hyperthermia are presented. The gastric contents of the dogs were subjected to gas chromatography which resulted to the...

Author(s)
Leuser, C.; Jansen, N.; Neiger, R.
Publisher
Verlag M. & H. Schaper, Alfeld (Leine), Germany
Citation
Kleintierpraxis, 2006, 51, 3, pp 149-152
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Author(s)
Bates, N.
Publisher
Blackwell Science Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Handbook of poisoning in dogs and cats., 2000, pp 186-189
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This paper summarizes the literature on treatment of metaldehyde and methiocarb toxicity, based primarily on actual case reports from the past 35 years. There are important differences between metaldehyde and methiocarb in their mechanisms and treatment. Metaldehyde's mode of action is unknown; ...

Author(s)
Firth, A. M.
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Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 1992, 2, 1, pp 25-30
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A retrospective study was done of 26 cases of metaldehyde and 30 cases of methiocarb toxicity in dogs. Physical signs and treatment protocols are described for 4 stages of toxicity: asymptomatic exposure; initial toxicity; convulsions; and post-convulsions. Diazepam-ketamine combination was used as ...

Author(s)
Firth, A. M.
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 1992, 2, 1, pp 31-36
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In two dogs which died suddenly in convulsions, a characteristic feature at P.M. examination was a distinct smell of the stomach contents which resembled, but was not so pungent as, formaldehyde. When the stomach contents were sent to a public analyst, the presence of acetaldehyde, a breakdown...

Author(s)
Udall, N. D.
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Veterinary Record, 1973, 93, No.15, pp 420-422
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Author(s)
Nelson, D. L.; Lamb, D. W.
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Veterinary Medicine & Small Animal Clinician, 1977, 72, 2, pp 185-186
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Author(s)
Keck, G.; Jaussaud, P.
Citation
Notes de Toxicologie Veterinaire, 4, 1, pp 90-91