alexa Spontaneous ignition in case of celphos poisoning.


Toxicology: Open Access

Author(s): Yadav J, Athawal BK, Dubey BP, Yadav VK, Yadav J, Athawal BK, Dubey BP, Yadav VK

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Abstract Celphos (aluminum phosphide) poisoning is the most common cause of poisoning in India. The mechanism of action, acute and chronic effect on human body, its symptoms and signs, and the line of treatment are well documented and research is still going on to find a suitable antidote. "Spontaneous ignition" is a rare but interesting finding in case of aluminum phosphide poisoning. We present the autopsy findings in this case report along with the probable factors that led to occurrence of such finding. This article was published in Am J Forensic Med Pathol and referenced in Toxicology: Open Access

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