Question: What is rotenone?
Question: Which foodborne pathogen accounts for approximately 20 percent of bacterial meningitis in individuals older than 60 years of age and has been associated with unpasteurized milk and soft cheese ingestion?
Question: A variety of clinical forms of botulism have been recognized. These include wound botulism, food borne botulism, and infant botulism. What is the most common form of botulism reported in the United States?
Question: Botulism is an uncommon disorder caused by toxins produced by Clostridium botulinum. Seven subtypes of botulinum toxin exist (subtypes A, B, C, D, E, F and G). Which subtypes have been noted to cause human disease and which ones have been reported to cause infant botulism specifically in the United States?
Question: What are the reported central nervous system manifestations associated with neonatal abstinence syndrome?
Question: Supplementation with which substance during pregnancy has been shown to reduce the risk of persistent wheezing or asthma and lower respiratory tract infections in offspring?
Question: A 45-year-old man recently installed a large aquarium in his home and populated it with various accessories and a wide variety of tropical fish. Upon start up of the aquarium, this man developed rhinorrhea, eye irritation, non-productive persistent cough, myalgias, nausea, muscle weakness and ataxia. He presented to the emergency department and was admitted to the hospital. It was eventually determined that his symptoms were related to the corals he placed in his new aquarium. What is the likely putative toxin involved?
Question: Why is disodium EDTA (as opposed to calcium disodium EDTA) not recommended for lead chelation?
Question: What is the FAME study?
Question: Which currently widely available illicit street drug has been noted as an inhalational and dermal threat to law enforcement officers who might encounter this substance in the course of their duties?