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Kuang Xingya|Treatment essentials of acute irritant gas poisoning―Thoughts on a case of organic fluorosis

Date:2017-08-02Author:
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Kuang Xingya

She is an instructor of Ph.D student, works for Yangpu Hospital, Tongji University as the director of department of occupational medicine and a head of the Institute of occupational and Environmental Medicine in Tongji medical college. She got Ph.D in occupational and environmental health in Fudan University in 2006 and finished postdoctoral research in the University of British Columbiain in Canada in 2009.  She is the key member of the National Committee of occupational disease diagnosis criteria and the member of Canadian environmental and occupational health research network in BC province. She is responsible for the national key department of clinical medicine and responsible for a national training branch for occupational physician. She plays an important role in a few of academic organizations in China or in Shanghai. She has finished a few projects from the national scientific and technological committee and from the ministry of health, and established a number of national standards for occupational disease diagnosis.



Topic of Lecture: Treatment essentials of acute irritant gas poisoning―Thoughts on a case of organic fluorosis


Abstract: Acute irritant gas poisoning is the most common acute exogenous chemicals poisoning, the main damage of the respiratory system, causing acute bronchitis, pneumonia, pulmonary edema, and even ARDS. in our successful treatment of 3 cases of acute organic fluoride poisoning pulmonary edema and ARDS, compared to the same event in several other cases the prognosis of patients, in addition to emergency rescue and treatment of the general principle, the following points should be noted:outside the hospital condition observation and prompt cause of disease analysis; the patient's self-protection, common sense and disease control measures; the timely delivery of oxygen and medical assistance from the specialist; the judgement of the latent period of poison and the importance of observation in ER. the principle of early sufficiency and short range application of glucocorticoids;the timely application of mechanical ventilation and prevention of complications; indications of discharge and follow-up observation.