Ethylene glycol poisoning

Riddell CM Nielsen SW Keating EJ (1967) Ethylene glycol poisoning in poultry J Am Vet Med Assoc 150: 1531–5 Google Scholar Rollings CE Francey T Cowgill LD (2004) Use of hemodialysis in uremic and nonuremic dogs with ethylene glycol toxicity [abstract 117] Proceedings of the 22nd ACVIM Forum 9–12 June 2004 Minneapolis MN: 44

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Antifreeze Is Deadly to Cats and Dogs

A dog only needs to ingest 2 to 3 milliliters of ethylene glycol per pound of body weight to get a lethal dose of the toxin cats only need to ingest 0 64 milliliters for the same effect Dr Hotchkiss says that what makes ethylene glycol such a dangerous and common form of poisoning is that the toxin's sweet smell and taste appeals to an animal's sweet tooth

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Antifreeze poisoning

While this sounds like an ideal solution to the problem of cats and other animals drinking ethylene glycol in fact denatonium (or Bitrx) has not been shown to be very effective in discouraging dogs from eating palatable foods and in humans adding denatonium to antifreeze solutions has apparently not decreased the frequency of poisoning among young children Thus while adding denatonium

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Dog Poison

Containing ethylene glycol antifreeze poisoning in dogs results in severe symptoms and even death Always store antifreeze in a strong clearly labelled sealed container well out of the reach of your dog Clean up antifreeze spills immediately – however small – and keep your dog away from the area of the spillage until it's safe clean and dry If you believe your dog or puppy has

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Ethylene glycol poisoning

Riddell CM Nielsen SW Keating EJ (1967) Ethylene glycol poisoning in poultry J Am Vet Med Assoc 150: 1531–5 Google Scholar Rollings CE Francey T Cowgill LD (2004) Use of hemodialysis in uremic and nonuremic dogs with ethylene glycol toxicity [abstract 117] Proceedings of the 22nd ACVIM Forum 9–12 June 2004 Minneapolis MN: 44

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First report of suspected ethylene glycol poisoning in 2

Ethylene glycol is rapidly absorbed and metabolised in the liver to oxalate which is deposited as calcium oxalate in the kidneys causing irreversible damage This report describes 2 dogs that were suspected to have ingested ethylene glycol The report contains a description of the 3 stages of ethylene glycol toxicity as well as a short discussion of the treatment Public awareness about the

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Antifreeze Poisoning

Ethylene glycol is so dangerous that just 2 teaspoons of the liquid is lethal for a and a couple tablespoons can kill a medium sized dog It is sweet smelling and some animals will not hesitate to lap it right up off of the garage floor It is important to know the warning signs and treatment protocol for ethylene glycol poisoning It is also very interesting that the antidote for ethylene

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Dog Poison

Containing ethylene glycol antifreeze poisoning in dogs results in severe symptoms and even death Always store antifreeze in a strong clearly labelled sealed container well out of the reach of your dog Clean up antifreeze spills immediately – however small – and keep your dog away from the area of the spillage until it's safe clean and dry If you believe your dog or puppy has

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Antifreeze poisoning

While this sounds like an ideal solution to the problem of cats and other animals drinking ethylene glycol in fact denatonium (or Bitrx) has not been shown to be very effective in discouraging dogs from eating palatable foods and in humans adding denatonium to antifreeze solutions has apparently not decreased the frequency of poisoning among young children Thus while adding denatonium

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Antifreeze Poisoning in Dogs

If ethylene glycol poisoning is detected early enough (within 8-12 hours of exposure) the first goal of treatment is to prevent further metabolism of the ethylene glycol This is done by administering either the drug fomepizole (also known as 4-MP) or ethanol (also known as ethyl alcohol which is drinking alcohol)

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Dog Poison

Containing ethylene glycol antifreeze poisoning in dogs results in severe symptoms and even death Always store antifreeze in a strong clearly labelled sealed container well out of the reach of your dog Clean up antifreeze spills immediately – however small – and keep your dog away from the area of the spillage until it's safe clean and dry If you believe your dog or puppy has

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Antifreeze poisoning is most commonly observed in pet

Antifreeze is a syrupy sweet liquid containing 95% ethylene glycol Poisonings are more common in autumn and spring coinciding with the period of handling antifreeze for winter maintenance vehicles (Jubb et al 2007) Poisoning is more frequent in dogs than in

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Position Statement on the Use of Taste

Antifreeze (ethylene glycol) is well known to be an extremely hazardous substance if ingested by dogs and cats If veterinary treatment is not begun within a few hours of exposure one teaspoonful of ethylene glycol can be fatal to a 10-pound while one to two tablespoonfuls can kill a 10-pound dog A less toxic form of antifreeze propylene glycol is safer than ethylene glycol but it

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Antifreeze Poisoning in Dogs

Because of this dogs will consume great quantities of ethylene glycol before being repulsed by its aftertaste By then it is too late It does not take a significant amount of ethylene glycol to cause fatal damage to the system less than three ounces (or 88 ml) of antifreeze is sufficient to poison a medium-sized dog Antifreeze poisoning affects the brain liver and kidneys

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Antifreeze Poisoning in Dogs Symptoms Treatment and

While the above treatment is appropriate for ethylene glycol poisoning in dogs where it has already been metabolized this may not help The signs that the antifreeze poisoning in dogs has proceeded to severe levels include the presence of excess urea levels and other nitrogenous waste in the kidney and blood This will result in the production of little urine and by which point it is likely

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Ethylene glycol poisoning in dogs

Gaynor A R et al (1999) Acute Ethylene Glycol Intoxication Part II Diagnosis Treatment Prognosis and Prevention Comp Contin Educ Pract Vet 21 (12) 1124-1133 VetMedResource Thrall M A et al (1998) Advances in therapy for antifreeze poisoning Calif Vet 52 18-22 Murphy M J (1994) Toxin exposure in dogs and cats - drugs and

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The Risks of Antifreeze to Dogs

How to Prevent Antifreeze Poisoning in Dogs Most poisonings occur around a pet's home By keeping containers of antifreeze and other products with ethylene glycol tightly closed and out of reach you can prevent a potential tragedy The most important thing you can do is to not allow your dog to roam unsupervised Remember by the time you notice something is wrong with your dog it may already be

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Ethylene glycol toxicity: Veterinary Nursing Journal: Vol

Ethylene glycol (EG) poisoning continues to be common This article covers the metabolism of ethylene glycol clinical signs of toxicity and establishing a diagnosis of EG poisoning as well as the emergency management of patients with suspected or identified ingestion and the associated prognosis

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Ethylene glycol poisoning in three dogs: Importance of

Ethylene glycol poisoning in three dogs: Importance of early diagnosis and role of hemodialysis as a treatment option A Schweighauser T Francey Department of Clinical Veterinary Medicine Vetsuisse Faculty University of Bern Switzerland Summary Poisoning with ethylene glycol as contained in anti-freeze can rapidly lead to irreversible acute renal failure and other organ damage It carries

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Ethylene glycol poisoning in three dogs: Importance of

Ethylene glycol poisoning in three dogs: Importance of early diagnosis and role of hemodialysis as a treatment option Schweighauser A Francey T Poisoning with ethylene glycol as contained in antifreeze can rapidly lead to irreversible acute renal failure and other organ damage It carries a grave prognosis unless diagnosed early and adequate treatment is initiated within 8 hours of

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