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Plant food poisoning containing nitrite

Poisoning caused by ingestion of nitrite. It can also be caused by the massive reproduction of nitrate reducing bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract when the gastrointestinal function is disordered. If you eat vegetables rich in nitrate, the nitrate will be reduced to nitrite in the body, causing nitrite poisoning, which is called enterogenic cyanosis, which is more common in children. The lethal dose of nitrite is 2 ~ 0.5g.


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