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What is Buffalo pea poisoning?

What is Buffalo pea poisoning?

  • Buffalo pea poisoning: The buffalo pea is a poisonous plant which contains a toxic compound called quinolizidine alkaloid. The plant is mainly found in Western Canada.

Buffalo pea poisoning: Introduction

Types of Buffalo pea poisoning:

Broader types of Buffalo pea poisoning:

How serious is Buffalo pea poisoning?

Prognosis of Buffalo pea poisoning: If no symptoms occur within 10 hours, poisoning is absent.

What causes Buffalo pea poisoning?

Causes of Buffalo pea poisoning: see causes of Buffalo pea poisoning

What are the symptoms of Buffalo pea poisoning?

Symptoms of Buffalo pea poisoning: see symptoms of Buffalo pea poisoning

Onset of Buffalo pea poisoning: Eating the flower can cause symptoms within 3 hours whereas symptoms are delayed if the seeds are eaten.

Buffalo pea poisoning: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Buffalo pea poisoning.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Buffalo pea poisoning: Toxicologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Buffalo pea poisoning.
Treatments for Buffalo pea poisoning: see treatments for Buffalo pea poisoning

Name and Aliases of Buffalo pea poisoning

Main name of condition: Buffalo pea poisoning

Other names or spellings for Buffalo pea poisoning:

Plant poisoning [Buffalo pea], Thermopsis Montana poisoning, Thermopsis rhombitolia poisoning

 

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