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Two cases of sodium azide poisoning by accidental ingestion of Isoton.
  1. S G Richardson,
  2. C Giles,
  3. C H Swan


    Accidental ingestion of sodium azide in 0-1% solution by a patient and a laboratory technician in a haematological laboratory has demonstrated that very small quantities of sodium azide can give rise to toxic symptoms and that Isoton should be handled with care.

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