iodism


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iodism

(ˈaɪəˌdɪzəm)
n
(Pathology) poisoning induced by ingestion of iodine or its compounds

iodism

a disease resulting from excessive intake of iodine or its compounds; iodine poisoning.
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Translations

io·dism

n. yodismo, envenenamiento por yodo.
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Tribivet (b) (Thiamine + Pyridoxine + Cyanocobalamin) @ 15 ml i/m daily for 7 days, along with Potassium Iodide @ 10 gm PO daily for 10 days till symptoms of iodism like salivation, lacrimation, inappetence and coughing developed.
MagNascent is safe, even up to 50 drops as a single dose without iodism, and is rapidly excreted in the urine without side effects.
Iodism, an unpleasant brassy taste, runny nose, and acne-like skin lesions, is caused by the bromide that iodine extracts from the tissues, and it subsides on a lesser dose of iodine.
During the five years in which this study was conducted no instances of urticaria or iodism were observed ...
As there is a condition known as iodism, an excessive blood and tissue iodine level with many symptoms, we recommend the blood test if you are going to increase the dose.
Iodism refers to a chronic toxicity that occurs in all individuals when given iodine in sufficiently high doses over a long enough period of time--but the required dose and duration are highly individual.
(18), (19) Side effects include occasional changes in thyroid indices, acne, and iodism. (19) Moreover, while symptoms may remit, the fibrosis remains--which, when substantial, may have precancerous potential.
Iodism was observed in 0.5% of the pupils receiving iodide supplementation.