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Polar bear poisoning

Polar bear poisoning: Introduction

Polar bear poisoning: Polar bears are often used as a food source by the arctic inhabitants. Eating the liver and kidneys of the polar bear is believed to result in a Vitamin A overdose which can cause serious symptoms and even death in extreme cases. Eating more than 200 grams of Polar bear liver can result in human death however death is considered rare. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Polar bear poisoning is available below.

Symptoms of Polar bear poisoning

Treatments for Polar bear poisoning

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Polar bear poisoning: Complications

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Causes of Polar bear poisoning

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Prognosis for Polar bear poisoning

Prognosis for Polar bear poisoning: The severity of symptoms will vary depending on the amount of liver eaten. Symptoms are more severe in children due to their smaller body size.

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