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Highlights from Sep. Issue of JMT

In addition to the ToxIC Annual Report, highlights from the September issue include:

Original Studies      

An Increase in Dietary Supplement Exposures Reported to US Poison Control Centers.
N. Rao, H.A. Spiller, N.L. Hodges, T. Chounthirath, M.J. Casavant, A.K. Kamboj, G.A. Smith  

Resource Utilization in Emergency Department Patients with Known or Suspected Poisoning.
S.J. Traub, S. Saghafian, M.R. Buras, M. Temkit

Preliminary Research

Music as an Adjunct to Opioid-Based Analgesia.

P.R. Chai, S. Carreiro, M.L. Ranney, K. Karanam, M. Ahtisaari, R. Edwards, K.L. Schreiber, L. Ben-Ghaly, T.B. Erickson, E.W. Boyer


Ethics and Medical Toxicology Research.

  1. Sugarman, A. Stolbach

    Position Statement

    ACMT Position Statement: Determining Brain Death in Adults After Drug Overdose.
    M.J. Neavyn, A. Stolbach, D.M. Greer, L.S. Nelson, S.W. Smith, J. Brent, L.M. Tormoehlen, on behalf of the American College of Medical Toxicology

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