Graphic Guide to Infectious Disease

Kloss & Bruce have a new project on the way: the Graphic Guide to Infectious Disease! Pre-order now available! Preview the book here.

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Tox in a Box

Want to see how we went about making our flashcards? Preview the cards, as well as the process from sketch to finished illustration!

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Flashcards in 5 Minutes

Want another method for learning toxicology? Dr. Kloss reviews his favorite cards for the YouTube crowd!

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From Daisy Duck to Kylo Ren, where were Kloss and Bruce’s last appearances?

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Disney Celebrations!

In celebration for the completion of Graphic Guide to Infectious Disease, Kloss and Bruce went to Disney World! They journeyed all the way from a galaxy far, far away, all the way to Duckland, and back again. Check out some of their adventures below! There was even a stop off at Pandora! Kloss and Bruce are mum about whether or not they found any Unobtanium… Duckland was rocking! Klossy almost convinced Daisy to leave Donald for him! Quick stop off…

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Graphic Guide to Infectious Disease – Coming Soon!

Are you ready for the sequel to Toxicology in a Box? Then you’re in luck, because it’s about to come in like a wrecking ball! Kloss and Bruce have been working hard to get it ready for you, your students, and your residents! Check out the brand new previews over here on the showcase page. Stay tuned for the pre-order links on Amazon for both the paperback and the ebook, published by Elsevier. Have any questions or just want to…

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Video Flashcard: Clonidine Overdose

Clonidine is a central acting alpha-2 receptor agonist taken to lower blood pressure and decrease central alpha agonism in ADHD and opiate withdrawal. It can present similar to opiate overdose with miosis, hypotension, bradycardia, respiratory depression and somnolence. Treatment is often supportive with the infant or young child admitted for observation. As seen in the illustration, the child will respond to physical stimulation and can usually be quickly aroused. Naloxone can have some benefit, but usually requires larger doses than…

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