On this months episode we talk about spooky Halloween toxicology. What might that be? Listen and find out. Additionally, we cover something even scarier, uncontrollable bleeding. Contributors include Matt Zuckerman, Ed Boyer, Stephanie Weiss, Kavita Babu, and Scott Glazier. As noted in the podcast, here is a link to MedWatch and to the latest JMT article on dabigatran.
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[…] or so late, but the team at ToxTalk tackle and give a toxicological perspective poisonings around Halloween and then provide a review on Dabigatran, an uncontrollable anticoagulant that will challenge your toxicological skills, and provides […]