Articles and Papers

We regularly publish articles for veterinary journals on a variety of toxicological subjects and aim to stay up-to-date on all areas of veterinary and human toxicology. We also peer-review toxicology articles submitted to veterinary journals.

Below are some of the articles and papers we have published.

  • Tempowski J. 1989 Ibuprofen toxicity. Veterinary Record 125:523
  • Campbell A. 1997 Calcipotriol poisoning in dogs. Veterinary Record 141 (1):27-28
  • Martin A, Campbell A. 2000 Permethrin toxicity in cats. Veterinary Record 147(22):6
  • Campbell A. 2000 Adder bites in dogs and cats. Veterinary Record 146 (24):771
  • Campbell A, Bates N. 2003 Raisin poisoning in dogs. Veterinary Record 152 (12):376
  • Sutton N, Bates N, Campbell A. 2007 Seasonal rise in permethrin ‘spot-on’ poisoning cats [short communication]. Veterinary Record 161(7):244
  • Bates N. 2007 Serotonin toxicity in dogs. Veterinary Record 160(9):311-312
  • Campbell A, Bates N. 2008 Xylitol toxicity in dogs [letter]. Veterinary Record 162 (8):254
  • Campbell A. 2008 Metaldehyde poisoning of dogs [letter]. Veterinary Record 163 (11):343
  • Sutton NM, Bates N, Campbell A. 2009 Apparent adverse reactions to neem (margosa) oil in cats. Veterinary Record 164:592-593
  • Sutton NM, Bates N, Campbell A. 2009 Factors influencing outcome of Vitis vinifera (grapes, raisins, currants and sultanas) intoxication in dogs. Veterinary Record 164:430-431
  • Bates N. 2009 Pot pourri ingestion in dogs. Veterinary Record 165(9):271
  • Campbell A, Bates N. 2010 Xylitol toxicity in dogs. Veterinary Record 167(3): 108. (Correction regarding treatment dose published in Veterinary Record 167(5):184)
  • Sutton NM, Bates N, Campbell A. 2011 Canine adder bites in the UK: a retrospective study of cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service. Veterinary Record 169:607
  • De Pennington N, Colles C, Dauncey E. 2011 Australian stringhalt in the UK. Veterinary Record 169:476
  • Bates NS, Sutton NM, Campbell A. 2012 Suspected metaldehyde slug bait poisoning in dogs: a retrospective analysis of cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service. Veterinary Record 171(13):324.
  • Bates NS, Warrell DA. 2013 Treatment of adder bites in dogs. Veterinary Record 172:23-24.
  • Bates N, Chatterton J, Robbins C, Wells K, Hughes J, Stone M, Campbell A. 2013 Lipid infusion in the management of poisoning: a report of 6 canine cases. Veterinary Record 172(13):339.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2014 Availability of adder antivenom [letter]. Veterinary Record 175:639.
  • Bates N, Edwards N, Dentinger BT, Ainsworth AM. 2014 Fungal ingestion in companion animals. Veterinary Record 175:179-180.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2015 Benzalkonium chloride exposure in cats: a retrospective analysis of 245 cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS). Veterinary Record 176:229.
  • Bates N. 2016 Palm oil ingestion in dogs. Veterinary Record 178:101.
  • Sparkes A, Bessant C, Bates N. 2016 Permethrin risk to cats. Veterinary Record 178(19):480.
  • Bates N, Sharman M, Lam, A, Kent A, Walker D, Smith V, Carmichael N. 2016 Reporting cases of Fanconi syndrome in dogs in the UK. Veterinary Record 178:510.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2016 Monensin toxicity in dogs. Veterinary Record 178:638-639.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2016 Lipid infusion in the management of poisoning. Veterinary Record 179:22.
  • Bates N, Blackett T, Edwards N. 2016 Battery ingestion in dogs. Veterinary Record 179:335
  • MacCallum R, Bates N, Edwards N. 2017 Raspberry ketone ingestion in dogs. Veterinary Record 180:23-24.
  • Robinson N, Brant B, Radford A, Noble PJ, Pinchbeck G. 2019 Risks of xylitol poisoning in dogs. Veterinary Record 184(5):197.
  • Bates N, Edwards N, Robinson N. Higher risk of xylitol gum poisoning with some products. Veterinary Record 2019;185:147.
  • Campbell A. 1998 Poisoning in small animals from commonly ingested plants. In Practice 20 (10):587-591.
  • Campbell A. 1999 Common causes of poisoning in small animals. In Practice 21 (5):244-249.
  • Ellison J. 2015 Full of the joys of spring. Pet Focus. Spring pp18-19.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Your spring survival guide. Pet Focus Spring pp12-13.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Perils of the picnic. Pet Focus Summer pp12-13.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Household hazards part one: The ground floor. Pet Focus Autumn pp12-13.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Household hazards part two: The hazards that lurk …upstairs. Pet Focus Winter pp12-13.
  • Ellison J. 2017 Outdoor dangers. The garden, the garage and the Easter egg hunt. Pet Focus Spring pp12-13.
  • Ellison J. 2017 A taste of your own medicine. Eight human medicines that could harm your pet. Pet Focus Summer pp22-23.
  • Ellison J. 2017 Forbidden foods. What not to give your pet. Pet Focus Autumn pp12-13.
  • Ellison J. 2017 A winter warning: 5 poisons to avoid this season. Pet Focus Winter pp10-11.
  • Ellison J. 2018 Protect your pet. How to avoid poisons in the home. Pet Focus Spring pp14-15.
  • Ellison J. 2019 Poisoning Problems. The service that offers advice for worried owners. Pet Focus Spring pp38-39.
  • Ellison J. 2019 A cat owner’s guide: 5 poisons you need to know about. Pet Focus Autumn pp24-25.
  • Campbell A. 1998 Accidental “drug abuse” by sniffer dogs. Service Dog 21:22-23
  • Campbell A. 1999 Explosive ingestion by sniffer dogs. Service Dog 22:20
  • Campbell A. 2000 Chocolate Poisoning in Dogs. The Pedigree Dog Breeder 2 (6):7-8.
  • Campbell A. 2000 Summer poisonings. The Pedigree Dog Breeder 2 (3):2-3.
  • Campbell A. 2000 Poison! Hazards at Home. Feline Advisory Bureau Journal 38 (3):73.
  • Campbell A. 2000 Poison! Anti-parasitic Drugs. Feline Advisory Bureau Journal 38 (4):125.
  • Campbell A. 2000 Drug Poisoning in Cats. Feline Advisory Bureau Journal 38 (2):43.
  • Campbell A. 2003 Drug poisoning in cats. Cats Protection Veterinary Newsletter 11:4
  • Sutton NM, Campbell A. 2006 Grape poisoning in dogs – A case series from the veterinary poisons information service, London [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 44(4):526-527.
  • Sturgeon K, Campbell A. 2006 Lilium species poisoning in cats [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 44(4):521-522.
  • Campbell A. 2006. Should poisons centres provide veterinary advice? [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 44(4):427-428.
  • Sutton N, Campbell A. 2008 User perception of the Veterinary Poisons Information Service [abstract].Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):385-386.
  • Sutton N, Campbell A. 2008 The effect of publicity on the frequency of feline permethrin exposures reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service, London [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):385.
  • Sutton NM, Campbell A. 2008 How veterinary practices made use of the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (London) in 2006 [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):385.
  • Sturgeon K, Sutton N. 2008 Theobromine toxicity in dogs – is it exaggerated? [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):384.
  • Sturgeon K, Campbell A. 2008 Plastic explosive poisoning in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):384.
  • Sturgeon K, Campbell A. 2008 Dopey dogs – a review of cannabis exposures in canines [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):384.
  • Sturgeon K, Campbell A. 2008 A comparison of Allium species poisoning in cats and dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):385.
  • Monaghan J, Sutton N. 2008 Patterns of Ibuprofen and Paracetamol ingestion in Cats and Dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):385.
  • Campbell A. 2008 Vipera berus (adder) bites in animals – does antivenom availability affect case outcome? [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):384-385.
  • Campbell A. 2008 Improving telephone advice for poisonings in veterinary practice –the impact of species and breed differences [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):357-358.
  • Bates N, Campbell A. 2008 Hydroxycarbamide (hydroxyurea) overdose cause methaemoglobinaemia in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):385.
  • Bates N, Campbell A. 2008 5-hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) ingestion and serotonin toxicity in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 46 (5):386.
  • Sutton NM, Campbell A. 2009. Suspected canine exposure to tremorgenic mycotoxins from spoilt foods and compost [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 47 (5):480.
  • Sturgeon K, Sutton NM. 2009. Toad exposure in companion animals [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 47 (5):479.
  • Hawkins LC, Sutton NM 2009. Incidence of methaemoglobinaemia in canine and feline paracetamol (acetaminophen) poisoning and the development of hepatotoxicity [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 47 (5):479.
  • Sutton NM, Campbell A. 2010 Clinical effects reported in apparent peanut poisoning in dogs – a real mixed bag [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 48 (3):297.
  • Sturgeon K, Campbell A. 2010 Ethylene glycol toxicity in companion animals [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 48 (3):315.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2013 Glyphosate toxicity in animals [letter]. Clinical Toxicology 51(10):1243.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2015 Toxic deaths in cats and dogs reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):273.
  • De Sousa AA, Matumo S, Edwards N. 2015 Liquid detergent capsule exposure in cats and dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):273-4.
  • Rawson-Harris P, Bates N, Edwards N. 2015 Lipid infusion: An analysis of cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):274-5.
  • Bates N, Ellison J, Edwards N. 2015 Palm oil ingestion in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):275.
  • Bates N, Rawson-Harris P, Edwards N. 2015 Canine exposure to jellyfish [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):275.
  • Rawson-Harris P, Bates N, Edwards N 2015 Diclofenac ingestion in dogs: What are the risk factors associated with clinical signs? [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):275-6.
  • Bates N, Crouchley J, Edwards N. 2015 Electronic cigarette ingestion in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):276.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2015 Nitroxynil causes severe hyperthermia in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):276-7.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2015 Adder antivenom: The experience and opinions of veterinary professionals in the UK [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 53(4):277.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2016 Oven cleaner exposure in pets [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 54(4):513-514.
  • Kazemi-Egbunike L, Bates N 2016 Sodium hypochlorite bleach exposure in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 54(4):514.
  • Blackett T, Bates N. 2016 A retrospective study of household battery exposure in 271 dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 54(4):514.
  • Edwards N, Bates N. 2016 Can fastidiousness kill the cat? Detergent exposure in cats: a common cause of respiratory effects [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 54(4):515-516.
  • Crouchley J, Bates N. 2016 Salbutamol exposure in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 54(4):517.
  • Rawson-Harris P, Bates N. 2016 Venlafaxine overdose in dogs: what are the risk factors associated with clinical signs? [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 54(4):517-518.
  • Ludden K, Rawson-Harris P, Chang Y-M, Garden O, Bates N, Edwards N. 2016 Ethylene glycol poisoning in cats: what are the prognostic indicators? [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 54(4):518.
  • Matumo S, Bates N. 2016 Oral exposure to fentanyl transdermal patches in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 54(4):518.
  • Gleed A, Jordan M, Bates N, Alexander-Sefre A, Edwards N. 2017 Fatal mushroom poisoning in a dog [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 55(5):41-42.
  • Kazemi-Egbunike L, Bates N. 2017 Gabapentin ingestion in dogs and cats [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 55(5):42.
  • Bates N, Edwards N, Tizzard Z. 2017 Lamotrigine is cardiotoxic to dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 55(5):42-43.
  • Blackett T, Bates N. 2017 Metaldehyde ingestion in 18 domestic equines [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 55(5):43.
  • Matumo S, Bates N. 2017 Neonicotinoid insecticide exposure in cats and dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 55(5):43.
  • Allen N, Bates N. 2017 Phenoxyacetic acid derivative herbicide exposure in 101 dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 55(5):43-44.
  • Robinson N, Bates N. 2017 Pregabalin ingestion in dogs and cats [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 55(5):44.
  • Van-de-Velde M, Bates N, Edwards N. 2017 Suspected synthetic cannabinoid ingestion in dogs: a case series [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 55(5):44-45.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2018 Apixaban and rivaroxaban ingestion in cats and dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 56(6):475.
  • Blackett T, Bates N. 2018 Digitalis species (foxglove) ingestion in 47 domestic guinea pigs (Cavia porcellus) [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 56(6):475.
  • Tizzard Z, Bates N. 2018 Ferric phosphate molluscicide exposure in dogs: low risk of poisoning [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 56(6):475-476.
  • Van-de-Velde M, Simpson J, Bates N. 2018 5-Fluorouracil ingestion in dogs [abstract]. Clinical Toxicology 56(6):477.
  • Blackett T, Bates N. Humulus lupulus (hops) ingestion in 13 domestic dogs [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2019;57(6):527-528.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. Mirabegron toxicosis in dogs: not as bad as we feared dogs [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2019;57(6):528.
  • Kekla E, Rawson-Harris P, Bates N. 5-Hydroxytryptophan (5-HTP) exposure in 65 dogs [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2019;57(6):529.
  • Tizzard Z, Bates N. Gorilla Glue ingestion in dogs: an expanding issue [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2019;57(6):529-530.
  • Turner A, Bates N, Edwards N. Confirmed ingestion of paralytic shellfish toxins (PST) in a dog Clin Toxicol. 2019;57(6):530.
  • Campbell A. 2006 Plant poisonings in autumn. Veterinary Times 36(41):23.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2015 Use of intravenous lipid emulsion in poison cases. Veterinary Times 45(23):19-20.
  • Bates N, Sharman M, Lam, A, Kent A, Walker D, Smith V, Carmichael N. 2016 Registry to collect cases of jerky-related illness. Veterinary Times 46(21):38.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2016 Ensure antivenom access in adder areas. Veterinary Times 46(29):31.
  • Robinson N. 2017 Negative approach to treating battery ingestion [letter]. Veterinary Times 47(20):23.
  • Bates N. 2018 Poisoning in companion animals – part one: initial management. Veterinary Times 48(40):16,18.
  • Campbell A. 2006 A survey of poisoning cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service. Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons Review, pp102-103.
  • Sutton NM, Bates, N, Campbell A. 2007 Clinical effects and outcome of feline permethrin spot-on poisonings reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS), London. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 9(4):335-339.
  • Campbell A. 2002 The management of Anticoagulant rodenticide poisonings in companion animals. UK Vet 7 (3):23-25.
  • Campbell A. 2003 Potential poisonings from over-the-counter medications and other medications intended for human use. UK Vet 8 (3):93-95.
  • Campbell A. 2003 Household poisons. UK Vet 8 (6):80-83.
  • Campbell A. 2006 Ethylene glycol intoxications in household pets. UK Vet 11(8):96-98.
  • Campbell A. 2007 Lily poisoning in cats. UK Vet Companion Animal 12 (4):91-92.
  • Campbell A. 2007 Grapes, raisins and sultanas, and other foods toxic to dogs. UK Vet Companion Animal 12(1):77-79.
  • Campbell A. 2008 Common poisonings from venomous creatures. UK Vet Companion Animal 13 (5):63-67.
  • Campbell A. 2008 Conkers, Acorns and Beechnuts – potential autumnal poisons in pets. UK Vet Companion Animal 13 (9):86-89.
  • Edwards N. 2014 Lipid therapy in poisoning treatment [editorial]. Companion Animal 19(8):393.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2014 Emetics in the management of poisoning. Companion Animal 19(8):433-436.
  • Bates N. 2015 General approach to the poisoned patient. Companion Animal 20(8):465-469.
  • Bates N. 2015 Chocolate toxicity. Companion Animal 20(10):579-581.
  • Bates N. 2015 Grape toxicosis in companion animals. Companion Animal 20(12):668-673.
  • Bates N. 2016 Ethylene glycol poisoning. Companion Animal 21(2):95-99.
  • Bates N. 2016 Lily poisoning. Companion Animal 21(4):238-241.
  • Bates N. 2016 Ibuprofen toxicosis. Companion Animal 21(6):346-350.
  • Bates N. 2016 Anticoagulant rodenticide toxicosis. Companion Animal 21(8):466-471.
  • Bates N. 2016 Paracetamol poisoning. Companion Animal 21(10):576-580.
  • Bates N. 2016 Risks from exposure to petroleum distillates in pets. Companion Animal 21(12):706-711.
  • Bates N. 2017 Risks from detergent exposure. Companion Animal 22(2):93-97.
  • Bates N. 2017 Vitamin D toxicosis. Companion Animal 22(12):700-706
  • Bates N. 2018 Exposure to drugs of abuse. Companion Animal 23(2):73-80.
  • Bates N. 2018 Lipid emulsion in the management of poisoning. Companion Animal 23(4):188-195.
  • Bates N. 2018 Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) exposure in dogs. Companion Animal 23(5):256-263.
  • Bates N. 2018 Poisonous plants part 1. Companion Animal 23(8):439-447.
  • Bates N. 2018 Poisonous plants part 2. Companion Animal 23(10):558-567.
  • Bates N. 2018 Lead toxicosis in cats and dogs. Companion Animal 23(12):674-682.
  • Bates N. 2019 Zinc toxicosis in dogs. Companion Animal 24(2):102-107.
  • Bates N. 2019 Xylitol toxicosis in dogs. Companion Animal 24(4):182-187.
  • Bates N. 2019 5-Fluorouracil toxicosis in dogs. Companion Animal 24(6):268-292.
  • Bates N. 2008 Hydroxycarbamide (hydroxyurea) overdose in dogs [letter]. Journal of Small Animal Practice 49(4):216.
  • Bates N, Rawson-Harris P, Edwards N. 2015 Common questions in veterinary toxicology. Journal of Small Animal Practice 56(5):298-306.
  • Campbell A, Sutton NM. 2009. Comments on C&T No.4990 Re permethrin toxicity [letter]. Control & Therapy Series 255:36.
  • Sutton N, Bates N. 2010 Comment and reply. Oak poisoning in a horse [letter]. Control & Therapy Series 258:7.
  • Bates N. 2011 Adder bites in dogs. Veterinary Nurse 2(5): 242-246.
  • Bates N. 2012 Exposure to cut flowers and spring flowering plants in cats and dogs in the UK. Veterinary Nurse 3(1):36-41.
  • Bates N. 2014 Decontamination of cats and dogs with suspected poisoning. Veterinary Nurse 5(3):130-137.
  • Bates N. 2015 Effects of exposure to human medicines in cats and dogs. Veterinary Nurse 6(8):482-487.
  • Bates N. 2016 Lipid infusion in the management of poisoning: an introduction. Veterinary Nurse 7(6):346-350.
  • Bates N. 2016 Mushroom poisoning. Veterinary Nurse 7(8):470-477.
  • Bates N. 2017 Accessing poisons information. Veterinary Nurse 8(3):184.
  • Bates N. 2017 Christmas poisons. Veterinary Nurse 8(10):572.
  • Bates N. 2018 Spring poisons. Veterinary Nurse 9(2):128.
  • Bates N. 2018 Xylitol toxicosis in dogs. Veterinary Nurse 9(5):256-260.
  • Bates N. 2019 Poisons affecting the blood. Veterinary Nurse 10(4):196-203.
  • Bates N. 2019 Poisons affecting the liver. Veterinary Nurse 10(6):304-312.
  • Bates N, Edwards N, Opdal-Seljetun K, Ruus-Lorentzen H. 2014 Vipera berus berus envenomation in dogs [letter]. J Vet Emerg Crit Care 24(2):133.
  • Ellison J. 2013 Hidden dangers of ethylene glycol. Vet Pract Today 1(1):15.(PDF available)
  • Ellison J. 2014 All the joys of spring. Veterinary Practice Today 2(1):15.
  • Ellison J. 2014 Bees and barbecues: the hazards of summer. Veterinary Practice Today 2(2):18.
  • Ellison J. 2014 Season of more than mists and mellow fruitfulness. Veterinary Practice Today 2(3):31-32.
  • Ellison J. 2015 Anticoagulant rodenticides. Veterinary Practice Today 3(2):30-31.
  • Ellison J. 2015 Intravenous lipid infusion. Vet Pract Today 3(2):33-35.
  • Ellison J. 2015 Paracetamol toxicity in cats. Vet Pract Today 3(4):23-25.
  • Ellison J. 2015 Dangers of detergents. Vet Pract Today 3(5):22-24.
  • Ellison J. 2015 Electronic cigarettes, nicotine and nicotine patches. Vet Pract Today 3(6):21-22.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Possible poisonings of unknown origin – an approach. Vet Pract Today 4(1):22-24.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Dangers of dietary supplements. Vet Pract Today 4(3):24-26.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Household hazards – the garage and garden shed. Vet Pract Today 4(4):21-23
  • Ellison J. 2016 Anti-diabetic drugs in dogs and cats. Vet Pract Today 4(2):26-29.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Household hazards – the ground floor. Vet Pract Today 4(5):31-33.
  • Ellison J. 2016 Household hazards – bath, bed and beyond. Vet Pract Today 4(6):31-33.
  • Ellison J. 2017 Nature raw in tooth and claw – when animals eat other animals. Vet Pract Today 5(1):24-26.
  • Ellison J. 2017 Dark, milk and white – when enough is too much. Vet Pract Today 5(2):18-20.
  • Ellison J. 2017 The current pattern of small animal poisoning. Vet Pract Today 5(3):32-34.
  • Ellison J. 2017 Definitely better than cure. Vet Pract Today 5(5):32-33.
  • Ellison J. 2017 Summer breaks – with pets, without problems. Vet Pract Today 59(9):30-32.
  • Ellison J. 2017 Poisons and agents causing haematological issues. Vet Pract Today 5(6):33-36.
  • Ellison J. 2018 Bunnies and beyond. Vet Pract Today 6(1):28-31.
  • Ellison J. 2018 Shiny and bright on the outside. Vet Pract Today 6(2):24-26.
  • Ellison J. 2018 A walk in the garden-and beyond. Vet Pract Today 6(3):26-28.
  • Ellison J. 2018 Cats do things differently. Vet Pract Today 6(5):28-30.
  • Ellison J. 2019 Emerging Concerns. What’s new in poisoning. Veterinary Practice Today 7(1):33-35.
  • Ellison J. 2019 Pretty or potentially poisonous?  Veterinary Practice Today 7(2):29-31.
  • Ellison J. 2019 Do it Yourself, but don’t let the animals help. Veterinary Practice Today 7(4): 22-24.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. 2014 Exposure of dogs to single-dose detergent packs [letter]. JAVMA 245(1):40-41.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. Toxicosis in dogs associated with ointments containing 5-fluorouracil [letter]. JVAMA 2019;254(11):1265.
  • Sutton N. 2011 Canine poisoning from fruits of the Vitis vinifera (grapes, raisins, currants and sultanas) – What do we know so far? Control & Therapy Series 263:38-39.
  • Bates N. 2015 Benzalkonium chloride exposure in cats. Feline Focus 1 (7):261-265.
  • Bates N. 2015 Lily toxicity in cats. Feline Focus 1(9):329-333.
  • Bates N. 2015 Ethylene glycol poisoning. Feline Focus 1(11):401-407.
  • Bates N. 2016 Paracetamol (acetaminophen) poisoning in cats. Feline Focus 2(2):27-33.
  • Bates N. 2016 Detergent exposure: decontamination is key. Feline Focus 2(6):181-185.
  • Bates N. 2016 Risks from exposure to weedkillers. Feline Focus 2(11):313-318.
  • Bates N. 2017 Risks from ingestion of human foods. Feline Focus 3(1):27-33.
  • Bates N. 2017 Risks from exposure to home decorating products. Feline Focus 3(2):57-63.
  • Robinson R, Bates N, Bolton F, Robinson N. Neurological deficits after confirmed adder bite in a cat. Vet Rec Case Rep 2019;7:e000635.
  • Bates N. 2016 Acute plant poisoning in goats. Livestock 21(5):300-306.
  • Bates N. 2017 Acute poisoning in horses: part 1. Livestock 22(2):105-109.
  • Bates N, Payne J. 2017 Risk assessment and risk management of poisoning in farm animals. Livestock 22(3):146-149.
  • Bates N. 2017 Acute poisoning in horses: part 2. Livestock 22(3):164-169.
  • Bates N, Payne J. 2017 Lead poisoning in cattle. Livestock 22(4):192-197.
  • Bates N, Payne J. 2017 Common farm poisons part 1. Livestock 22(5):258-263.
  • Bates N, Payne J. 2017 Common farm poisons part 2. Livestock 22(6):314-321.
  • Bates N. 2018 Spring poisons. Seasonal hazards to your pets. Animal Therapy 11:20-21.
  • Bates N. 2018 Poisoning in goats: the experience of the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS). Goat Veterinary Journal 34:33-39.
  • Bates N. 2018 White spirit exposure in pets. Veterinary Practice 50(8):40.
  • Colon V, Bates N. 2018 Suspected rat bait poisoning in a group of pet guinea pigs. J Exotic Pet Med 29:178-181.