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Methanol (Non-Cancer)

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[Antidotes in acute poisonings]

Author: Weger, N (1977) Fortschritte der Medizin 95:2409-2412. HERO ID: 1169092

[Less] Inhalation of dexamethazone (Auxiloson) prohibits a toxic edema of the lungs after poisoning with irritants. . . . [More] Inhalation of dexamethazone (Auxiloson) prohibits a toxic edema of the lungs after poisoning with irritants. Poisoning with methanol is to be treated with ethanol trisbuffer and tetrahydrofolic acid (Folsan). "Solvents" should be "bound" in paraffinum liquidum in order to prohibit their absorption. Poisoning with organophosphates is to be treated with high doses of atropine and with the reactivator obidoxime (Toxogonin). Cyanide poisoningis are to be treated with 4-dimethylamino-phenol (DMAP) and sodium thiosulfate. In methemoglobin-poisoning the reduction of ferrihemoglobin is accelerated when toluidine-blue is applied intravenously.

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The absorption and metabolism of methyl cinnamate

Authors: Fahelbum, IM; James, SP (1977) Toxicology 7:123-132. HERO ID: 1169361

[Less] Analysis of the gut contents of rats killed at intervals after dosage with methyl cinnamate or cinnamic . . . [More] Analysis of the gut contents of rats killed at intervals after dosage with methyl cinnamate or cinnamic acid suggested that both ester and acid were rapidly absorbed; at no time was more than 5% of the dose detected in the lower part of the gut. Not more than 9% of the administered methyl cinnamate was detected in the stomach as cinnamic acid whereas at least 40% of the small amounts of the dosed ester detected in the lower part of the gut was present as cinnamic acid. No ester was detected in the peripheral blood of dosed rabbits or rats and only traces were detected in portal and heart blood samples taken from dosed rats. Cinnamic acid and methanol were readily detected in the blood of rabbits and rats which had been dosed with methyl cinnamate. No qualitative or significant quantitative difference was detected in the metabolism of the ester as compared with the parent acid. In addition to the metabolites of cinnamic acid described in the literature p-hydroxyhippuric acid was excreted as a minor metabolite of both cinnamic acid and methyl cinnamate.

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Effects of methanol on the fertilisation of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) ova

Authors: Craig, PC; Withler, FC; Morley, RB (1977) Environmental Pollution 14:85-91. HERO ID: 31455

[Less] HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. The effect of methanol on the fertilization of chum salmon ova was investigated . . . [More] HEEP COPYRIGHT: BIOL ABS. The effect of methanol on the fertilization of chum salmon ova was investigated because methanol from oil and gas pipeline testing is a potential contaminant in northern (Canada) watercourses. Gametes and fertilized eggs were subjected to methanol concentrations (0.001-10%) for brief periods. An exposure time of 32 s allowed an examination of effects on gametes; a 30 min exposure included possible lethal or sublethal effects of methanol uptake during imbibition of the ova. These exposures at methanol concentrations up to and including 1% did not significantly affect fertilization successs, survival to hatching, hatching time, alevin size at hatching or physical deformities among alevins. A 10% methanol concentration was lethal in most cases.

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[Effect of industrial factors in the development of cerebral atherosclerosis in workers of methanol plant]

Authors: Panchenko, EN; Nalcha, IF; Dziuba, NI; Luk'ianova, NP (1977) Vrachebnoe Delo 109-113. HERO ID: 1168288


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Phase I study of immunotherapy with methanol extraction residue (MER) of bacillus Calmette-Guérin

Authors: Richman, SP; Gutterman, JU; Hersh, EM; Burgess, MA; Mavligit, GM (1977) Cancer Treatment Reports 61:471-472. HERO ID: 1168784


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[Methanol poisoning in the records of the Hospital Department of Toxicology, Medical Academy in Cracow in the years 1967-1976]

Authors: Wojdyla, Z; Macheta, A (1977) 32:753-756. HERO ID: 1168803


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A preliminary study of intravenous methanol extraction residue of BCG in treatment of advanced cancer

Authors: Robinson, E; Bartal, A; Honigman, J; Cohen, Y (1977) British Journal of Cancer 36:341-346. HERO ID: 1149882

[Less] Twenty-four patients with advanced cancer not reacting to conventional therapy were treated with 97 . . . [More] Twenty-four patients with advanced cancer not reacting to conventional therapy were treated with 97 courses of i.v. MER (methanol extraction residue of BCG). MER was administered by i.v. infusion over a 4-h period, twice a week, in dosages varying from 0.05 mg to 1.25 mg. The skin reactivity to 5 recall antigens was evaluated in the patients. All patients except 4 were anergic. Twelve patients had no side-effects. Anergic patients had less side-effects than ergic patients. The side-effects recorded in the others were fever, chills, vomiting and tachycardia. The reaction subsided within 24 h after treatment and was tolerable for most patients. In 2 patients an objective improvement was observed. No changes in cutaneous reactivity, renal and hepatic functions were found. A significant increase in peripheral leucocyte count was noted in two patients and slight a increase in the remainder.

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Studies on the central depressive action of methanol extract from Geranium macrorrhizum L

Authors: Manolov, P; Petkov, VD; Ivancheva, S (1977) 30:1657-1659. HERO ID: 1169347


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Hemodialysis for methanol intoxication

Authors: Churchill, D; Gonda, A; Hollomby, D; Gault, MH (1977) Proceedings of the Clinical Dialysis and Transplant Forum 7:72-75. HERO ID: 1169349


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Effects of methanol extraction residue of Bacillus calmette-Guérin in humans

Authors: Perloff, M; Holland, JF; Lumb, GJ; Bekesi, JG (1977) Cancer Research 37:1191-1196. HERO ID: 1149840

[Less] Forty patients with histologically confirmed neoplastic diseases were treated with the methanol extraction . . . [More] Forty patients with histologically confirmed neoplastic diseases were treated with the methanol extraction residue of Bacillus Calmette-Guérin (MER). Thirty-six received concomitant chemotherapy. MER was initially given intradermally twice a month, 1 week apart, at a dose of 200 mug into each of five sites draining different lymph node-bearing areas on the anterior body surface. Thirty-seven patients developed local ulcerations at least 0.5 cm in diameter at MER injection sites. Typical lesion evolution was characterized by erythema and induration followed by vesicle formation and central necrosis. Either granulation tissue or a thick nonulcerated eschar preceded healing, leaving a linear, flat scar. Systemic toxicity consisted of malaise, fever, and myalgias on the day of MER administration. No hematological or biochemical changes directly attributable to MER were observed. Dose titrations in decreasing 10-fold dilutions in a linear array in a single anatomical region were carried out on 35 occasions. All patients but three developed at least a 5-mm induration to the 1-mug dose within 2 weeks of titration. Dose reductions were necessary in 19 instances. The minimal dose that produced a 1-cm inflammatory lesion with central necrosis was 0.01 mug. Serial biopsies were performed. These indicated a time-related series of changes from a nonspecific inflammatory lesion to an acute inflammatory response with microabscesses, followed by noncaseating granulomata and ultimately fibrosis. MER is a quantifiable nonviable immunostimulant that obeys dose-response relationships in its cutaneous lesions.