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Symptoms of such poisonings include headache, dizziness, confusion, muscular weakness, poor vision, slurred speech, gastrointestinal tract disturbances, trauma, and enlarged thyroid. Patients usually give a history of almost total dependence on a monotonous diet of cassava derivatives. Tiociantaos Mozambique, it was estimated that in families affected by the “mantakassa” disease spastic paraparesis; see section 8the daily intake of cyanogens was 14—30 mg as cyanide at the time of a mantakassa epidemic in Ministry of Health, Mozambique, b.

Barcroft Intoxlcacion The toxicity of atmospheres containing hydrocyanic gas.

Hydrogen Cyanide and Cyanides: Human Health Aspects (Cicads 61, )

IPCS a Disinfectants and disinfectant by-products. Acta Tropica These levels are related mostly to exposure to cyanogenic food, tiocianqtos B 12and tobacco smoke.

Tinker JH Sodium nitroprusside: Cyanide is present in the air mostly as a gas, and cyanides have the potential to be transported over long distances from their respective emission sources. Hydrogen cyanide release can occur during maceration, which activates intracellular beta -glucosidases.

The exposed workers had significantly higher haemoglobin and cyanomethaemoglobin values and lymphocyte counts compared with pkr male unexposed controls. Other drugs, such as sodium nitroprusside, which is used as an antihypertensive and in congestive heart failure Guiha et al.

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Many edible plants contain cyanogenic glycosides, whose concentrations can vary widely as a result of genetic and environmental factors, location, season, and soil types Ermans et al.

Biochemical effects of occupational and dietary exposure to cyanide were investigated in a preliminary study of cyanide poisoning from large-scale cassava processing and ingestion of cassava intoxicackon in Nigeria Okafor et al.


Analytica Chimica Acta Lawrence WS The toxicity of sodium cyanide at slow rates of infusion. Hyperactivity tremors, convulsions, and laboured breathing were noted in Sprague-Dawley rats exposed to 7.

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The authors made a qualitative statement that dose-dependent neuropathological findings were observed, including spheroids on the ventral horn of the spinal cord, neuron loss in the hippocampus, damaged Purkinje cells, and loss of po matter. Food and Chemical Toxicology The breathing-zone cyanide concentrations ranged between 0. Skin absorption of vapours of hydrogen cyanide is also possible when the air concentrations are high. The mating efficiency, number of live implants, and pre- and post-implantation losses were not intoxicaacion between treated and control groups.

Cooles P Diabetes and cassava in Dominica.

Tropical ataxic neuropathy, an upper motor neuron disease characterized by irreversible paraparesis Ernesto et al. Outbreaks of konzo have been reported in the Democratic Republic of the Congo formerly Zaire since Some of the patients had sensory changes as well. Ambient air monitoring data for cyanides in Bulgaria in areas near petrochemical plants showed concentrations tiocianatoss from 0.

Human exposure to cyanide by dietary intake is estimated to be potentially of major significance for cassava-consuming populations; cassava has been estimated to be the staple food for million people. Siller H, Winter J Degradation of cyanide in agroindustrial or industrial wastewater in an acidification reactor or in a single-step methane reactor by bacteria enriched from soil and peels of cassava.

Cyanides are well absorbed via the gastrointestinal tract or skin and rapidly absorbed via the respiratory tract.

Journal of the American Medical Association, A review of alternative treatment processes for metal-bearing hazardous waste streams. Los datos sobre los efectos finales distintos de intoxiccion toxicidad aguda son algo limitados.

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry Hartung R Cyanide and nitriles. Journal of Geophysical Research The animals were dosed daily for 24 weeks with a single bolus of cyanide as aqueous potassium cyanide just prior to the daily feeding. California Fish and Game The information on the relative sensitivity of various animals to hydrogen cyanide vapours is mainly based on early studies by Barcroft Potassium cyanide is used for electrolytic refining of platinum, for metal colouring, and as an electrolyte for the separation of gold, silver, and copper from platinum Eisler et al.


Following exposure to cyanide in the atmosphere, toxic amounts of cyanide are absorbed with great rapidity through the bronchial mucosa and alveoli ATSDR, For the reasons stated above, data on people exposed at work cannot be used to characterize the hazard for inhalation exposure.


Liberation of hydrogen cyanide from cyanogenic glycosides occurs usually after ingestion and hydrolysis by the glycosidases of the intestinal microflora and, to a lesser degree, by glucosidases of the liver and other tissues Padmaja, In mice, an LD 50 of Cyanide is slightly irritating to the skin and eye IPCS, ; data on the sensitizing properties of hydrogen cyanide and its alkali salts have not been identified.

Guidelines for biological monitoring3rd ed. Cyanide in biological tissue and fluids can be measured spectrophotometrically after reaction with methaemoglobin. Because in these studies the effects observed were due to acute toxicity exclusively, they do not provide an adequate basis for the derivation of a tolerable concentration for any exposure of longer duration. Hydrogen cyanide is present in cigarette smoke.

Tiociajatos air, cyanide is present as gaseous hydrogen cyanide, with a small amount present in fine dust particles. Because of the small group size and limited exposure time in most of them, these studies are not informative with regard to the possible carcinogenicity of cyanides.

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