Latest News

25/06/2015 National Poisons Centre continues to deliver Poisonsline Staff at the National Poisons Centre based at the University of Otago are delighted to learn that the Ministry of Health has chosen Homecare Medical [More...]
16/06/2015 New rules for antifouling paints The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) is reminding boaties and anyone else who paints boats of new rules for using antifouling paints.

From 1 July 2015, anyone [More...]
10/10/2012 Nitrogen cocktail drinker's stomach removed Authorities say a British teen has had her stomach removed after she ingested a cocktail prepared with liquid nitrogen, an exotic ingredient often used [More...]
View past news items

Online Questionnaire

Take our questionnaire Tell us what you think! Take our online questionnaire now.

TOXINZ

TOXINZ
TOXINZ (www.toxinz.com) is the National Poisons Centre's Internet database containing information regarding toxic compounds and the management of poisoned patients.

For information on subscribing to TOXINZ, contact toxinz@otago.ac.nz

Welcome to the New Zealand National Poisons Centre

Kids - Click here for games The National Poisons Centre is a 24/7 Poisons Information Service available to all New Zealanders.

Provided by the Ministry of Health and ACC, the NPC maintains an accurate and up-to-date database of almost all poisonous substances in NZ and Australia, and provides professional and timely advice during poisoning incidents.

Tiakina aa Taatou Tamariki kei Paihanatia

Tiakina aa Taatou Tamariki kei Paihanatia

Ia tau, ia tau, e 366 ngaa tamariki, ko te nuinga he koohungahunga, e haria ohorere ana kit e hoohipera naate mea kua paihanatia raatou naa runga it e hauata. Ko ngaa rongoaa katoa, ko ngaa mea horoi whare me ngaa matuu ngaa mea e tino kitea ana i roto i ngaa mate paihana. Anei eetahi aawhina kia noho haumaru ai ngaa tamariki.

Me waiho katoa ngaa rongoaa, ngaa matuu me ngaa mea horoi...[More]




Show All Articles

 
University of Otago NZ National Poisons Centre



All information on this site is subject to a disclaimer.