Pesticide Poisoning Caused Toddler's Death

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Pesticide Poisoning Caused Toddler's Death
1 Demographics
1.1 Abdul Rahman (6 yrs)
1.2 Habiba (2 yrs)
2 Food poisoning and intoxication
2.1 Causes
2.1.1 infectious agents
2.1.1.1 viruses, bacteria, and parasites
2.1.1.1.1
2.1.2 toxic agents
2.1.2.1 poisonous mushrooms, improperly prepared exotic foods (barracuda), pesticides/chemicals on fruits and vegetables
2.2 Sign and symptoms
2.2.1 Nausea
2.2.2 Vomiting
2.2.3 Watery diarrhea
2.2.4 Abdominal cramps
2.2.5 Fever
3 common poisonous household items
3.1
4 Transmission
4.1 Wallowing
4.2 Injecting
4.3 Breathing in
5 Symptoms
5.1
6 Organ Damage in acute poisoning
6.1
7 History taking
7.1 duration of the disease
7.2 characteristics and frequency of bowel movements
7.3 associated abdominal and systemic symptoms
7.4 types of specific food
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7.5 travel history
7.6 use of antibiotics
8 Critical Care
8.1 equipment
8.1.1 Monitors
8.1.2 intravenous (IV) tubes
8.1.3 feeding tubes
8.1.4 catheters
8.1.5 breathing machines
8.2 helps people with life-threatening injuries and illnesses
8.2.1 complications from surgery
8.2.2 accidents
8.2.3 infections
8.2.4 severe breathing problems
8.3 takes place in an intensive care unit (ICU) or trauma center
9 Induced coma
9.1 used to protect the brain from swelling by reducing the metabolic rate of brain tissue, as well as the cerebral blood flow
9.2 is when a patient receives a controlled dose of an anesthetic to cause a temporary coma or a deep state of unconsciousness
10 Endotracheal intubation
10.1
11 Hemodynamic Monitoring
11.1 The assessment of the Cardiovascular System
11.1.1 Arterial Blood Pressure
11.1.2 Central Venous Pressure
11.1.3 Pulmonary Artery Catheter
11.1.4 Cardiac Output Measurement
11.1.5 Tissue Oxygenation
12 Hemodialysis
12.1
13 Synapses
13.1 Types
13.1.1 Structural Classification
13.1.1.1 Axosomatic
13.1.1.2 Axodendritic
13.1.1.3 Axoaxonic
13.1.2 Functional Classification
13.1.2.1 Electrical
13.1.2.2 Chemical
13.2 Synaptic transmmation
13.2.1 One-to-one synapses
13.2.2 One-to-many synapses
13.2.3 Many-to-one synapses
14 Neurotransmitter
14.1 Types
14.1.1 acetylcholine
14.1.2 monoamines (norepinephrine, dopamine, and serotonin)
14.1.3 3 or 4 amino acids
14.1.4 Purines (Adenosine, adenosine triphosphate or ATP, Guanosine triphosphate, and their derivatives)
14.1.5 Fatty acids
14.1.6 Over 50 neuroactive  peptides
14.1.7 Single ions
14.2 mechanism of action
14.2.1
15 Acetylcholine
15.1
16 ANS
16.1
17 stages of grief
17.1
18 Psychological Rehabilitation for Grief Reaction
18.1 Join a support group
18.2 Talk to a therapist or grief counselor
18.3 Engage in some activities