Update 1990 pp 494-501 | Cite as

Poisoning by Agricultural Chemicals — Organophosphates and Paraquat

  • K. Koyama
  • M. Yamashita
  • M. Takeda
Conference paper
Part of the Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine book series (UICM, volume 10)


Though, there are many kinds of agricultural chemicals in the world, the most common causes of poisoning are organophosphates and paraquat. We present here some experimental and clinical results for these two chemicals in the last several years.


Agricultural Chemical Volume Blood Flow Cation Resin Organophosphate Poisoning Paraquat Poisoning 
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  • K. Koyama
  • M. Yamashita
  • M. Takeda

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