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Thallium Poisoning from Eating Contaminated Cake --- Iraq, 2008. Thallium is an odorless, tasteless, heavy metal formerly used in rodenticides and still used in some manufacturing processes (e.g., electronics, pharmaceuticals, and glass).

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(PDF) Thallium poisoning from eating contaminated Cake

The article reports on the case of 10 members of two families in Baghdad, Iraq who suffered from thallium poisoning. It was found that they ingested thallium from

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CDC MMWR News Synopsis September 18, 2008

2008-9-18  Thallium Poisoning from Eating Contaminated Cake – Iraq, 2008. PRESS CONTACT: Division of Media Relations (404) 639-3286. Prevention of human illness from contaminated foods and ensuring food safety are critical public health capacities.

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Acute Thallium Poisoning: Series of Ten Cases

2011-7-7  The source and the way of thallium contamination of the cake were unknown. The family members were admitted to a local hospital and were suspected to have thallium poisoning based on their clinical presentation. The Poison Laboratory in Baghdad detected thallium in specimens taken from the patients and the contaminated cake.

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Thallium Poisoning (Thallium Intoxication): Symptoms ...

Thallium poisoning from eating contaminated cake--Iraq, 2008. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2008;57(37):1015-1018. Misra UK, Kalita J, Yadav RK, et al. Thallium poisoning: emphasis on early diagnosis and response to haemodialysis. Postgrad Med J. 2003;79(928):103-105. Cvjetko P, Cvjetko I, Pavlica M. Thallium toxicity in humans.

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Thallium group poisoning incident in Japan 2011 Critical ...

2011-3-11  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Thallium poisoning from eating contaminated cake - Iraq, 2008. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2008, 57:

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Alopecia and Associated Toxic Agents: A Systematic Review

2018-1-5  Thallium toxicity may occur through a variety of methods including ingestion, inhalation, or mucosal absorption and is defined as a urine thallium level >5 μg/L within 24 h . Thallium exposure can occur through occupational exposure, household use of rodent poisons, and intentional poisoning with malicious intent or secondary to attempted suicide.

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Staphylococcal food poisoning from cream-filled cake in a ...

Twelve people became ill with vomiting and diarrhoea approximately four hours after eating cake with a cream filling at a birthday party and on the day following. The cake had been prepared by a food handler who had long experience in preparing foods for such functions. Staphylococcus aureus that pr

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Thallium: What Are the Symptoms of Poisoning?

Eating food contaminated with thallium may be a major source of exposure for most people. Breathing workplace air in industries that use thallium. Smoking cigarettes. Living near hazardous waste sites containing thallium (may result in higher than normal exposures). Touching or, for children, eating soil contaminated with thallium.

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Acute Thallium Poisoning: Series of Ten Cases

2011-7-7  The source and the way of thallium contamination of the cake were unknown. The family members were admitted to a local hospital and were suspected to have thallium poisoning based on their clinical presentation. The Poison Laboratory in Baghdad detected thallium in specimens taken from the patients and the contaminated cake.

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Thallium poisoning from eating contaminated cake--Iraq, 2008. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Thallium is an odorless, tasteless, heavy metal formerly used in rodenticides and still used in some manufacturing processes (e.g., electronics, pharmaceuticals, and glass).

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Thallium Poisoning (Thallium Intoxication): Symptoms ...

Thallium poisoning from eating contaminated cake--Iraq, 2008. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2008;57(37):1015-1018. Misra UK, Kalita J, Yadav RK, et al. Thallium poisoning: emphasis on early diagnosis and response to haemodialysis. Postgrad Med J. 2003;79(928):103-105. Cvjetko P, Cvjetko I, Pavlica M. Thallium toxicity in humans.

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Acute Thallium Poisoning: Series of Ten Cases SpringerLink

2011-7-7  Thallium was detected in all cases; the median blood thallium level was 323.5 μg/L (range, 53–1700 μg/L). The median urine thallium level of nine cases was 1,959 μg/L (range, 452–2,909 μg/L). Thallium was also detected in a sample of the contaminated cake. The icing contained 5.6% thallium while the pastry contained 1.1% thallium.

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Thallium group poisoning incident in Japan 2011 Critical ...

2011-3-11  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Thallium poisoning from eating contaminated cake - Iraq, 2008. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2008, 57:

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Staphylococcal food poisoning from cream-filled cake in a ...

Twelve people became ill with vomiting and diarrhoea approximately four hours after eating cake with a cream filling at a birthday party and on the day following. The cake had been prepared by a food handler who had long experience in preparing foods for such functions. Staphylococcus aureus that pr

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Alopecia and Associated Toxic Agents: A Systematic Review

2018-1-5  Thallium toxicity may occur through a variety of methods including ingestion, inhalation, or mucosal absorption and is defined as a urine thallium level >5 μg/L within 24 h . Thallium exposure can occur through occupational exposure, household use of rodent poisons, and intentional poisoning with malicious intent or secondary to attempted suicide.

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TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE FOR THALLIUM

1989-9-5  contaminated by thallium. Small amounts of thallium are released into the air from coal-burning power plants, cement factories, and smelting operations. This thallium falls out of the air onto nearby fruit and vegetable gardens. Thallium enters food because it is easily taken up by plants through the roots.

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Thallium: What Are the Symptoms of Poisoning?

Eating food contaminated with thallium may be a major source of exposure for most people. Breathing workplace air in industries that use thallium. Smoking cigarettes. Living near hazardous waste sites containing thallium (may result in higher than normal exposures). Touching or, for children, eating soil contaminated with thallium.

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TOXIC METALS THAT CAUSE FATIGUE

2019-1-19  Thallium bioacculumates, meaning, it builds up in the body over time. It can make its way into the body, not only through consumption, but also via skin exposure and inhalation (10). Thallium is a potent mitochondrial poison. It enters mitochondria passively, then causes the mitochondria to swell by accumulating inside.

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Outbreak of thallium poisoning among Iraqi patients ...

2011-1-1  Five male patients with thallium poisoning were evaluated. Their ages ranged from 10 to 32 years with a mean of 24 years. All patients gave history of eating cakes laced with thallium. The dermatological findings were mainly anagen hair loss in diffuse and patchy pattern which affected the scalp and limbs.

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Thallium Poisoning (Thallium Intoxication): Symptoms ...

Thallium poisoning from eating contaminated cake--Iraq, 2008. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep. 2008;57(37):1015-1018. Misra UK, Kalita J, Yadav RK, et al. Thallium poisoning: emphasis on early diagnosis and response to haemodialysis. Postgrad Med J. 2003;79(928):103-105. Cvjetko P, Cvjetko I, Pavlica M. Thallium toxicity in humans.

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Acute Thallium Poisoning: Series of Ten Cases SpringerLink

2011-7-7  Thallium was detected in all cases; the median blood thallium level was 323.5 μg/L (range, 53–1700 μg/L). The median urine thallium level of nine cases was 1,959 μg/L (range, 452–2,909 μg/L). Thallium was also detected in a sample of the contaminated cake. The icing contained 5.6% thallium while the pastry contained 1.1% thallium.

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Staphylococcal food poisoning from cream-filled cake in a ...

Twelve people became ill with vomiting and diarrhoea approximately four hours after eating cake with a cream filling at a birthday party and on the day following. The cake had been prepared by a food handler who had long experience in preparing foods for such functions. Staphylococcus aureus that pr

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Thallium group poisoning incident in Japan 2011 Critical ...

2011-3-11  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Thallium poisoning from eating contaminated cake - Iraq, 2008. MMWR Morb Mortal Wkly Rep 2008, 57:

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Thallium: What Are the Symptoms of Poisoning?

Eating food contaminated with thallium may be a major source of exposure for most people. Breathing workplace air in industries that use thallium. Smoking cigarettes. Living near hazardous waste sites containing thallium (may result in higher than normal exposures). Touching or, for children, eating soil contaminated with thallium.

More

TOXICOLOGICAL PROFILE FOR THALLIUM

1989-9-5  contaminated by thallium. Small amounts of thallium are released into the air from coal-burning power plants, cement factories, and smelting operations. This thallium falls out of the air onto nearby fruit and vegetable gardens. Thallium enters food because it is easily taken up by plants through the roots.

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THALLIUM CAS # 7440-28-0

2013-6-28  Eating food contaminated with thallium may be a major source of exposure for most people. Breathing workplace air in industries that use thallium. Smoking cigarettes. Living near hazardous waste sites containing thallium (may result in higher than normal exposures). ...

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Public Health: Thallium in Water

2014-4-7  Thallium ExposureThallium Exposure "Based upon the drinking water sampling data collected by th L hi W t D t t th t f th lli th tthe Lehi Water Department, the amount of thallium that residents could have been exposed to, between February 16th 2012 to March 8th 2012, could have resulted in temporary symptoms of thallium poisoning.

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TOXIC METALS THAT CAUSE FATIGUE

2019-1-19  Thallium bioacculumates, meaning, it builds up in the body over time. It can make its way into the body, not only through consumption, but also via skin exposure and inhalation (10). Thallium is a potent mitochondrial poison. It enters mitochondria passively, then causes the mitochondria to swell by accumulating inside.

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