A Methanol Intoxication Outbreak From Recreational Ingestion of Fracking Fluid Journal Articles uri icon

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  • Single-patient methanol intoxications are a common clinical presentation, but outbreaks are rare and usually occur in settings in which there is limited access to ethanol and methanol is consumed as a substitute. In this case report, we describe an outbreak of methanol intoxications that was challenging from a public health perspective and discuss strategies for managing such an outbreak.


  • Collister, David
  • Duff, Graham
  • Palatnick, Wesley
  • Komenda, Paul
  • Tangri, Navdeep
  • Hingwala, Jay

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  • May 2017

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