References in periodicals archive ?
And our springtime favourites Daffodils -- if a dog digs up and chews on the bulb it could lead to vomiting, diarrhoea and convulsions."
'Seizures or convulsions are known potential side effects of nicotine toxicity and have been reported in the scientific literature in relation to intentional or accidental swallowing of e-liquid,'' she said.
The court heard that from the age of seven months Abdul Haadi had a history of febrile convulsions - which are fits which can happen when a child has a high fever.
A study done by Ehsanipoor et al [21], children between 6 months to 5 years of age were classified into three groups like children with febrile seizures, children with fever without convulsion and children with convulsions without fever.
Makeup artist Barbi Chan decried the apparent lack of medical facilities in the resort island of Boracay after her daughter allegedly failed to receive proper treatment after having fever and convulsions.
Pyotr Verzilov, 30, one of the founding members of the protest band, went into "convulsions" and became "delirious" on Tuesday.
PTZ convulsions: [10] PTZ at a dose of 60 mg/kg i.p was given to produce convulsion in all mice.
Convulsions occur as a result of these processes (2).
The incident occurred on the morning of February 9 when parents of the boy were called from the kindergarten saying their child's condition has deteriorated and that he was taken to the hospital with convulsions. He stayed unconscious in the intensive care unit for 29 hours and died on February 10 evening.
In conclusion, this study showed that intraperitoneal injection of ropivacaine (33.8 mg/kg) induced convulsions in rats.
The relationship between iron deficiency anemia and convulsions in malarial patients had been reported in the previous studies16.