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A Case of Successful Treatment in Paraquat Intoxication Casued by Subcutaneous Injection
Hyo Wook GiI, Jong Oh Yang, Eun Young Lee, Sae Yong Hong
J Korean Soc Clin Toxicol. 2005;3(2):107-109.   Published online December 31, 2005
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Paraqaut, a widely used herbicide, is extremely toxic, causing multiple organ failure in human. Most of paraquat intoxications happen through oral administration. But there is no clinical data for parenteral paraquat intoxication. A 35-year-old male injected paraquat solution on his forearm. He visited emergency room within 10 minutes and was treated with tourniquet, incision, washing and suction. After eight days, the patient was discharged without respiratory symptoms and complications. In treatment of parenteral paraquat intoxication, first aid was very important and the treatment should include tourniquet, incision, washing and suction in order to delay absorptions.

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