In the inaugural episode, we’ll be talking about bathsalts, as well as some interesting Tox news and a Tox pearl. Contributors include Matt Zuckerman, Ed Boyer, Stephanie Weiss, and Scott Glazier.
In this episode we talk to Eric Brush about hyperalgesia, when opiate use leads to increased pain. We’ll also talk to Steve Bird about some strategies to use when treating acute pain in patients who chronically use opiates.
On this episode we discuss organophosphate poisoning including nerve agents and insecticides. Contributors include Matt Zuckerman, Steve Bird, and Adam Darnobid with a shoutout to Jason Hack.
On this episode we discuss metamizole with Brazilian toxicologist Dr. Anthony Wong of the University of São Paulo. Contributors include Stephanie Weiss, Matt Zuckerman, and Anthony Wong.
On this episode we discuss medical marijuana, give a tox pearl, and respond to listener questions. We also announce our T-shirt contest! Ed lists some of his preferred Tox references. Contributors include Matt Zuckerman, Bob Hoffman, Brian Wolk, and Ed Boyer.
In this episode we talk about physostigmine for anticholinergic delirium and arsenic in your apple juice. Contributors include Matt Zuckerman and Chuck McKay.
On this months episode we talk about spooky Halloween toxicology. What might that be? Listen and find out. Additionally, we cover something even scarier, uncontrollable bleeding. Contributors include Matt Zuckerman, Ed Boyer, Stephanie Weiss, Kavita Babu, and Scott Glazier. As noted in the podcast, here is a link to MedWatch and to the latest JMT article on dabigatran.
In this episode we talk about physostigmine for anticholinergic delirium and arsenic in your apple juice. Contributors include Matt Zuckerman and Chuck McKay.
In this special edition episode we talk about ricin and address some of the panic in the press about recent letters being sent to the President and other officials. The whole story involves the KGB, poison beans, tainted mail, Elvis impersonators and ends up in the land that brought us Ed Boyer. Contributors include Matt Zuckerman, Jen Carey, and Ed Boyer. More information on measuring levels can be found here and more information on the infamous Markov case can be found here.
In this episode we are very pleased to be able to interview Earth and Fire Erowid, the founders and directors of the Erowid website and center. We discuss the origins of the site, their mission regarding educating about drug use, and how that interfaces with what we do as physicians and toxicologists. This is part 2 of a 2 part interview. Contributors include Matthew Zuckerman, and Fire Erowid, and Earth Erowid.
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