What is digitalis toxicity?

Answer Digitalis is prescription medication that is commonly used to strengthen your heart muscle's contractions. It is also used to slow your heartbeat, and gets rid of excess fluid that your body may ac... Read More »

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What does it mean that my digitalis is too low?

That's simply the level of digitalis in your body.Adjusting dig levels can be tricky. Call back and ask his nurse if you need to change the dosage or anything.

What Is Anthurium Toxicity?

Anthurium, also known as the flamingo flower, is native to tropical areas of South America, but is now commonly associated with cultivators in Hawaii. Anthurium is a perennial flower, grown from a ... Read More »

What is the toxicity of pressure-treated lumber?

On One Hand: Outdated Pressure-Treated Wood Contains ToxinsThe majority of pressure-treated lumber produced before 2004 was made with chromated copper arsenate (CCA), which manufacturers voluntaril... Read More »

What are the earliest signs of magnesium sulfate toxicity?

Disappearance of the patellar reflex is a useful clinical sign to detect the onset of magnesium intoxication.