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poi·son

 (poi′zən)
n.
1. A substance that causes injury, illness, or death, especially by chemical means.
2. Something destructive or fatal.
3. Chemistry A substance that inhibits another substance or a reaction: a catalyst poison.
tr.v. poi·soned, poi·son·ing, poi·sons
1. To kill or harm with poison.
2. To put poison on or into: poisoning arrows; poisoned the drink.
3.
a. To pollute: Noxious fumes poison the air. See Synonyms at contaminate.
b. To have a harmful influence on; corrupt: Jealousy poisoned their friendship.
4. Chemistry & Physics To inhibit (a substance or reaction).
adj.
Poisonous.

[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin pōtiō, pōtiōn-, drink; see pō(i)- in Indo-European roots.]

poi′son·er n.

poisoning

(ˈpɔɪzənɪŋ)
n
the act of killing someone using a poisonous substanceaccidental exposure to a toxic substance
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.poisoning - the physiological state produced by a poison or other toxic substancepoisoning - the physiological state produced by a poison or other toxic substance
physical condition, physiological condition, physiological state - the condition or state of the body or bodily functions
alkali poisoning - poisoning resulting from the ingestion of an alkali compound (as lye or ammonia)
caffeine intoxication, caffeinism - poisoning resulting from excessive intake of caffeine containing products
carbon monoxide poisoning - a toxic condition that results from inhaling and absorbing carbon monoxide gas; "carbon monoxide combines with hemoglobin and displaces oxygen in the blood"
cyanide poisoning - poisoning due to ingesting or inhaling cyanide; common in smoke from fires and in industrial chemicals
ergotism - poisoning by ingestion of ergot-infected grain products; characterized by thirst and diarrhea and nausea and cramping and vomiting and abnormal cardiac rhythms; in severe cases it can cause seizures and gangrene of the limbs
mercury poisoning - a toxic condition caused by ingesting or inhaling mercury; acute mercury poisoning causes a metallic taste and vomiting and diarrhea and kidney problems that may lead to death
naphthalene poisoning - toxic condition resulting from inhaling or ingesting naphthalene
nicotine poisoning - toxic condition caused by the ingestion or inhalation of large amounts of nicotine
ophidism - poisoning by snake venom
paraquat poisoning - poisoning caused by ingestion of paraquat; characterized by progressive damage to the esophagus and liver and kidneys
pesticide poisoning - toxic condition resulting from ingesting or inhaling a pesticide
salicylate poisoning - poisoning caused by the excessive ingestion of salicylates (usually aspirin)
2.poisoning - the act of giving poison to a person or animal with the intent to kill
kill, putting to death, killing - the act of terminating a life
gassing - the deliberate act of poisoning some person or animal with gas
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poisoning

[ˈpɔɪznɪŋ] N (lit, fig) → envenenamiento m, intoxicación f
to die of poisoningmorir envenenado or intoxicado

poisoning

[ˈpɔɪzənɪŋ] n (= action) → empoisonnement m
(by toxic substance)intoxication f
mercury poisoning → intoxication f par le mercurepoison ivy nsumac m vénéneux

poisoning

n (lit, fig)Vergiftung f; the gradual poisoning of the atmosphere by …die zunehmende Luftverpestung durch …; to die of poisoningan einer Vergiftung sterben

poisoning

[ˈpɔɪznɪŋ] n (also) (fig) → avvelenamento
arsenic poisoning → avvelenamento da arsenico
to die of poisoning → morire avvelenato/a

poi·son·ing

n. envenenamiento, intoxicaciόn.

poisoning

n envenenamiento, intoxicación f; food — intoxicación alimentaria (form), intoxicación por alimentos, intoxicación por productos bacterianos en la comida
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According to the Agency, reports to the countrys Poison Information Centre concerning acetaminophen poisoning saw steep increases in the years preceding and following the liberalisation of sales of the drug, with annual reported cases of acetaminophen poisoning up from 2,500 in 2006 to 4,400 in 2013.
Garrard, "A review of acetaminophen poisoning," Critical Care Clinics, vol.
20 The high frequency of acetaminophen poisoning has been previously reported.
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Each year, acetaminophen poisoning results in 100,000 calls to poison control centers, 56,000 emergency room visits, 26,000 hospitalizations, and more than 450 deaths from liver failure.
Cumberland's product portfolio includes Acetadote(r) (acetylcysteine) Injection for the treatment of acetaminophen poisoning and Kristalose(r) (lactulose) for Oral Solution, a prescription laxative.
Laboratory tests were repeated and results were consistent with significant hepatocellular damage secondary to acetaminophen poisoning, including increased AST of 11 000 U/L (reference interval 8-48 U/L), ALT of 6510 U/L (reference interval 7-55 U/L), total bilirubin of 395 [micro]mol/L (23.