Case Reports in Gastrointestinal Medicine / 2015 / Article / Tab 1

Case Report

Ulcerating Ileocolitis in Severe Amatoxin Poisoning

Table 1

Toxin quantification and inflammatory and organ function parameters at admission with treatment initiation with silibinin and fluimucil and during the initial three days (I + 3 through I + 5), the onset of abdominal symptoms (I + 8), and dismissal from hospital (I + 17). Note the peak of liver injury and dysfunction at I + 4 with rapid recovery and the marked increase in inflammatory parameters at onset of abdominal symptoms.

Days after ingestionI + 3
hospital admission, treatment initiation
I + 4I + 5I + 8
abdominal symptoms
I + 17
dismissal from hospital

Alpha-amanitin (urine) [μg/L]42.42.9Below threshold (<1.5)
C-reactive protein [mg/L]152436855
Lactate [mmol/L]
Creatinine [μmol/L]27494646783
Blood urea nitrogen [mmol/L]17.614.
Aspartate-aminotransferase [U/L]12495235299872730
Alanine-aminotransferase [U/L]13806894543012019
Factor V [%]35Below threshold (<10)49121138
INR [1]

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