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Toxicokinetics and toxicodynamics of iron poisoning.
Youngsters Liam and Paul McNeely before the iron poisoning began Dennis and Linda McNeeley, with their two sons Paul, centre right, and Liam
Okay, let's do it, so next we can worry about iron poisoning of whales or something else.
Nevertheless, hepatotoxicity caused by acute iron poisoning is associated with a high mortality rate.
According to a recent study, during the 10 years prior to this regulation, almost three of every 1,000 calls regarding children under six years old to poison control centers concerned iron poisoning.
Around 100 under-fives are treated for iron poisoning each year.
Conversely, it is increased in red cell disorders such as megaloblastic anemias, thalassemia, and sideroblastic anemia, bone marrow hypoplasia, viral hepatitis, acute iron poisoning, and hemochromatosis.
The toddler was rushed to hospital but died 16 days later from severe lung damage caused by iron poisoning.