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1,4-Dioxane - with inhalation update

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Experimental tubular necrosis of the kidneys accompanied by liver changes due to dioxane poisoning

Author: de Navasquez, S (1935) Journal of Hygiene 35:540-548. HERO ID: 196174

[Less] BARBER(1 934) reported the death of five factory workers, who were employed in processes involving the . . . [More] BARBER(1 934) reported the death of five factory workers, who were employed in processes involving the use of dioxan. The principal lesions found at autopsy were a central zonal necrosis of the liver and a symmetrical necrosis of the cortex of the kidneys. The similarity of the renal condition to that found in the cortical necrosis of pregnancy first prompted the present investigation.

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Narcotic potency of some cyclic acetals

Author: Knoefel, PK (1935) HERO ID: 195914

[Less] Of a representative series of aliphatic acyclic acetals previously studied (1), none equals paraldehyde . . . [More] Of a representative series of aliphatic acyclic acetals previously studied (1), none equals paraldehyde in efficiency as a hypnotic. As a greater structural resemblance to paraldehyde is found in the cyclic acetals, formed from an aldehyde and a glycol, it might be expected that such compounds would approach it more closely in pharmacological properties.

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Haemorrhagic nephritis and necrosis of the liver from dioxan poisoning

Author: Barber, H (1934) HERO ID: 62913


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The toxicity to animals of 1:4 dioxan

Authors: Fairley, A; Linton, EC; Ford-Moore, AH (1934) Journal of Hygiene 34:486-501. HERO ID: 62919

[Less] Rabbit 1 and mouse 1 probably died from pneumonia, although, both animals showed well-marked lesions . . . [More] Rabbit 1 and mouse 1 probably died from pneumonia, although, both animals showed well-marked lesions in both liver and kidneys. The rat lungs were—as usual—dubious. In the other animals the lungs were normal and the picture was one of hepatic and renal damage alone.

At this concentration, the likelihood of pulmonary affections, and death therefrom, appears to be much less than in the cases of animals exposed to 1/100.

Pulmonary inflammation does not occur at this concentration, and the lesions were exclusively hepatic and renal.

Summary: Pulmonary inflammation does not occur at this concentration, and the lesions were exclusively hepatic and renal.

Summary: The rats in the experiment seemed to be more severely affected than the mice, and two rats died with an acute enteritis. The renal and hepatic tissue changes were also more severe in the rats.

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Acute response of guinea pigs to vapors of some new commercial organic compounds: VI. Dioxan

Authors: Yant, WP; Schrenk, HH; Waite, CP; Patty, FA (1930) HERO ID: 62952