self-poisoning


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self-poisoning

[‚self ′pȯiz·ən·iŋ]
(chemistry)
Inhibition of a chemical reaction by a product of the reaction. Also known as autopoisoning.
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Overall, young, male, married-status, deliberate self-poisoning and pesticide-use were the main characteristics of poisoned patients in this study.
[USA], May 1 (ANI): In a recent study, researchers have claimed that suicide rate attempts by self-poisoning among teens and young adults have doubled.
The study found that suicide attempts by self-poisoning had increased from 125% to 299% from 2011 to 2018.
The global distribution of fatal pesticide self-poisoning: Systematic review.
Early management after self-poisoning with an organophosphorus or carbamate pesticide--a treatment protocol for junior doctors.
It is estimated that the method used for 20 per cent of the global suicides is self-poisoning, most of which occur in rural agricultural areas in low- and middle-income countries.
(4,5,12,13) Due to its improper handling, easy availability and low cost, it becomes a common mode of self-poisoning in rural areas of Pakistan and India.
Self-poisoning treated in an ICU: Drug pattern, acute mortality and short-term survival.
5 Similarly, acetaminophen was reported as the drug most frequently used in self-poisoning in UK and Spain.6,7 Unfortunately, national data on intoxications in Turkey is limited.
The epilepsy cohorts had particularly large increases in the risk for unintentional medication poisoning and intentional self-poisoning with medication (hazard ratios, 4.99 and 3.55, respectively).
The research was developed based on cases of self-poisoning by pesticides, remedies and household cleaning substances.
"Self-harm can involve damaging the body in a variety of ways, from cutting, burning, bruising and a loss of hair in patches, to one of the most common forms - self-poisoning, involving medication.