Cyanide Poisoning Topic Guide
Cyanide Poisoning: Cyanide poisoning can occur with smoke inhalation from a fire, chemicals or products in the workplace, plants and foods (for example, apricot pits), certain chemicals will turn into cyanide after ingestion, and suicide attempts. Symptoms of cyanide poisoning include: weakness, confusion, headache, seizures, and more. Treatment depends upon the severity of the cyanide poisoning.
Seizures Emergencies Seizures refer to uncontrolled electrical activity in the brain. Symptoms of seizures range from mild to severe and can lead to death. A number of factors can lead to seizures including brain tumor, injury, and fever. Antiseizure medications may help prevent seizures.