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Past Webinars > Case Conference: Phosphine Reminds Us That Children are Not Little Adults - April 19, 2017

Case Conference: Phosphine Reminds Us That Children are Not Little Adults - April 19, 2017

posted on Apr 20, 2017

Learning Objectives:

At the conclusion of this activity, attendees should be able to:
  • Describe danger of improper phosphide application in community
  • Identify vulnerable age group and why
  • Describe PPE required for providers
  • Describe manifestations of PH3 poisoning
  • Describe treatment of PH3 poisoning
  • Describe challenges in declaring exposure site safe for reoccupancy
The speaker will begin by presenting several clinical cases/case presentations. The cases to be presented will be provided in final proposal. This will be followed by a discussion of the outcome of the case with consideration and implications for current and future clinical and public health practice. The presenter will conclude by discussing preventive steps that can be taken to decrease exposure to environmental hazards and improve patient care.

Presented by:

04.19.17_Martin CCThomas G. Martin, MD, MPH, FACMT, FAACT, FACEP
NW Texas Healthcare System
Medical Director Texas Panhandle Poison Center
Consultant - Med Tox Consults, PLLC
Amarillo, Tx
Region 6
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