Unintentional self-poisoning more common in older people

Opioids are most commonly associated with fatal outcomes while self-poisoning with CVD drugs has increased threefold in a quarter-century A 26-year cohort study of all adult poisoning patients admitted to the Hunter Area Toxicology Service, inclusive of the greater Newcastle region of NSW, has found unintentional poisoning increases with age. Of the 17,276 admissions over

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