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.

  • Bates N. 2018 Spring poisons. Seasonal hazards to your pets. Animal Therapy 11:20-21.
  • Ho B, Bates N, Edwards N, Robinson N, Ellison J. Under-recognised effects on our canine and feline companions with 5-fluorouracil use. Br J Dermatol 2020;182(3):819.
  • Bates N. Notes on… Lipid emulsion in the management of poisoning. BSAVA Companion 2020;4:38.
  • Bates N. Notes on…Use of emetics in poisoning. BSAVA Companion. 2020;9:39.
  • Bates N. Focus on… Xylitol toxicosis in dogs. BSAVA Companion. 2021 3:20-23.
  • Campbell A. 2003 Drug poisoning in cats. Cats Protection Veterinary Newsletter 11:4
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Tizzard Z, Robinson N, Bates N. Animal PoisonLine: review of a new public access veterinary poisons information service [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2020;58(6):534.
  • Bates N, Faber K. Flurbiprofen toxicosis in dogs [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2020;58(6):534.
  • Blackett T, Bates N. A retrospective study of cement exposure in 42 dogs [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2020;58(6):534-535.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. When does xylitol-induced hypoglycaemia occur in dogs? [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2021;59(6):583.
  • Tizzard Z, Bates N, Edwards N. The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on call numbers to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) and Animal PoisonLine (APL) [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2021;59(6):584.
  • Tizzard Z, Bates N, Edwards N. The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on animal poisons cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS) and Animal PoisonLine (APL) [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2021;59(6):584-5.
  • Bates N, Tizzard Z, Edwards N. Accidental ingestion of alcoholic beverages in dogs [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 60(supp1):57
  • Bates N, Tizzard Z, Edwards N. Severe local tissue injury from accidental use of pressurised surgical spirit instead of water during dental descaling in cats and dogs [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 60(supp1):57-58. [Winner of Taylor and Francis Best Scientific Presentation].
  • Bates N, Tizzard Z, Edwards N. Ivermectin toxicosis in dogs: circumstances, clinical signs and severity of poisoning [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2023;61(S1):38.
  • Bates N, Tizzard Z, Edwards N. Nitroscanate toxicosis in cats and dogs [abstract]. Clin Toxicol. 2023;61(S1):38-39.
  • Ho B, Ellison J, Edwards N, Bates N. Prevalence of vitamin D analogue toxicity in dogs. Clin Exp Dermatol. 2021;46(3):577-578.
  • 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. Poisons affecting the liver. Companion Animal. 2019/2020;24(11):562-568.
  • Bates N. Poisons affecting the neurological system. Companion Animal 2020;25(11):83-91.
  • Bates N. Poisons affecting the blood. Companion Animal. 2020;25(6):184-190.
  • Bates N. Aflatoxicosis in dogs. Companion Animal. 2021; 26(8):197-202.
  • Bates N. Tremorgenic mycotoxicosis in dogs. Companion Animal. 2022;27(2):1-5.
  • Bates N. Molluscicide toxicosis in dogs. Companion Animal. 2022;27(5):1-7.
  • Bates N. Salbutamol toxicosis. Companion Animal. 2023;28(8):2-6.
  • Bates N. Chocolate toxicosis in pets. Companion Animal. 2023;28(12):186–191.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Bates N. Benzalkonium chloride exposure in cats. Feline Focus. 2015;1 (7):261-265.
  • Bates N. Lily toxicity in cats. Feline Focus. 2015;1(9):329-333.
  • Bates N. Ethylene glycol poisoning. Feline Focus. 2015;1(11):401-407.
  • Bates N. Paracetamol (acetaminophen) poisoning in cats. Feline Focus. 2016;2(2):27-33.
  • Bates N. Detergent exposure: decontamination is key. Feline Focus. 2016;2(6):181-185.
  • Bates N. Risks from exposure to weedkillers. Feline Focus. 2016;2(11):313-318.
  • Bates N. Risks from ingestion of human foods. Feline Focus. 2017;3(1):27-33.
  • Bates N. Risks from exposure to home decorating products. Feline Focus. 2017;3(2):57-63.
  • Bates N. Trends in feline poisoning. Feline Focus. 2020;6(7):175-180.
  • Bates N. 2018 Poisoning in goats: the experience of the Veterinary Poisons Information Service (VPIS). Goat Veterinary Journal 34:33-39.
  • 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.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. Exposure of dogs to single-dose detergent packs [letter]. JAVMA 2014;245(1):40-41.
  • Bates N, Edwards N. Toxicosis in dogs associated with ointments containing 5-fluorouracil [letter]. JAVMA 2019;254(11):1265.
  • Colon V, Bates N. 2018 Suspected rat bait poisoning in a group of pet guinea pigs. J Exotic Pet Med 29:178-181.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Bates N, Edwards N, Opdal-Seljetun K, Ruus-Lorentzen H. Vipera berus berus envenomation in dogs [letter]. J Vet Emerg Crit Care. 2014;24(2):133.
  • Jayson S, Masters N, Strike T, Rendle M, Sparrow S, Peters LM, Bates N. Successful management of Heinz body hemolytic anemia associated with leek (Allium ampeloprasum) ingestion in a South American coati (Nasua nasua). J Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio). 2020;30:86-91.
  • Crouchley J, Bates N Retrospective evaluation of acute salbutamol (albuterol) exposure in dogs: 501 cases. J Vet Emerg Crit Care. 2022;32(4):500-506. https://doi.org/10.1111/vec.13182
  • Bates N, Tizzard Z, Edwards N. Hops toxicosis in dogs. J Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio). 2022;32(2):274.Bates N, Tizzard Z, Edwards N. Acute kidney injury in dogs following ingestion of cream of tartar and tamarinds and the connection to tartaric acid as the proposed toxic principle in grapes and raisins. J Vet Emerg Crit Care (San Antonio). 2023;33(6):722-723.
  • Bates N. Acute plant poisoning in goats. Livestock 2016;21(5):300-306.
  • Bates N. Acute poisoning in horses: part 1. Livestock 2017;22(2):105-109.
  • Bates N, Payne J. Risk assessment and risk management of poisoning in farm animals. Livestock 2017;22(3):146-149.
  • Bates N. Acute poisoning in horses: part 2. Livestock 2017;22(3):164-169.
  • Bates N, Payne J. Lead poisoning in cattle. Livestock 2017;22(4):192-197.
  • Bates N, Payne J. Common farm poisons part 1. Livestock 2017;22(5):258-263.
  • Bates N, Payne J. Common farm poisons part 2. Livestock 2017;22(6):314-321.
  • Bates N. Autumn plant poisoning hazards. Livestock 2019;24(5):239-245.
  • Bates N. Spring poisoning hazards. Livestock. 2019:25(2):78-85.
  • Bates N. A brief overview of acute poisoning in sheep. Livestock. 2021:26(6):292-299.
  • Bates N. Plant poisoning in goats. Livestock. 2022;27(4):178-185.
  • Bates N. Bracken poisoning. Livestock. 2023;28(3):100-105.
  • 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 House bunny hazards. Pet Focus Summer pp44-45.
  • Ellison J. 2019 A cat owner’s guide: 5 poisons you need to know about. Pet Focus Autumn pp24-25.
  • Ellison J. 2019  Winter warmers. Pet Focus Winter pp14-15.
  • Ellison J. Beware the bin raiders. PetFocus 2020;Autumn/Winter pp14-15. https://petfocus.com/petfocus/issue-64.html
  • Ellison J. DIY Tasks. Pet Focus. 2020;62:14-15.
  • Ellison J, Flor A. Poisonous plants. Pet Focus. 2020;63:16-17. https://petfocus.com/petfocus/issue-63.html
  • Ellison J. Hobby hazards. Pet Focus 2021;65:12-13.
  • Ellison J. The beach, barbecues and bits of gardening issue. Pet Focus. 2021;68:12-13.
  • Ellison J. Happy Howl-o-ween Pet Focus. 2021;69:12-13.
  • Ellison J. Coughs, colds and Christmas. Pet Focus. 2021/2022;70:12-13.
  • Ellison J. A Christmas timeline. Pet Focus. 2022/2023;Dec/Jan:16-17.
  • Ellison J. Emerging issues. Pet Focus. 2022;Apr/May;14-15.
  • Ellison J. Hygiene hazards. Pet Focus. 2022;June/July:14-15.
  • Ellison J. Late summer safety. Pet Focus. 2022;Aug/Sep:24-25.
  • Ellison J. A Christmas timeline: keep your pets safe from these holiday hazards. Pet Focus Dec 2022/Jan;2023:16-17.
  • Ellison J. On, In, Through the skin: Protect your pet from these common household hazards. Pet Focus. May/Jun;2023:16-17 .
  • Ellison J. Pampering Perils: know which self-care products can harm your pet. Pet Focus. Dec 2023/Jan;2024:14-15.
  • 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. 2006 A survey of poisoning cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service. Society of Practising Veterinary Surgeons Review, pp102-103.
  • 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

Turner AD, Turner FRI, White M, Hartnell D, Crompton CG, Bates N, Egginton J, Branscombe L, Lewis, AM, Maskrey BH. Confirmation Using Triple Quadrupole and High‐Resolution Mass Spectrometry of a Fatal Canine Neurotoxicosis following Exposure to Anatoxins at an Inland Reservoir. Toxins. 2022;14:804.

  • Bates N. Adder bites in dogs. The Veterinary Nurse. 2011;2(5): 242-246.
  • Bates N. Exposure to cut flowers and spring flowering plants in cats and dogs in the UK. The Veterinary Nurse. 2012;3(1):36-41.
  • Bates N. Decontamination of cats and dogs with suspected poisoning. The Veterinary Nurse. 2014;5(3):130-137.
  • Bates N. Effects of exposure to human medicines in cats and dogs. The Veterinary Nurse. 2015;6(8):482-487.
  • Bates N. Lipid infusion in the management of poisoning: an introduction. The Veterinary Nurse. 2016;7(6):346-350.
  • Bates N. Mushroom poisoning. The Veterinary Nurse. 2016;7(8):470-477.
  • Bates N. Accessing poisons information. The Veterinary Nurse. 2017; 8(3):184.
  • Bates N. Christmas poisons. The Veterinary Nurse. 2017;8(10):572.
  • Bates N. Spring poisons. The Veterinary Nurse. 2018;9(2):128.
  • Bates N. Xylitol toxicosis in dogs. Veterinary Nurse. 2018;9(5):256-260.
  • Bates N. Poisons affecting the blood. Veterinary Nurse. 2019;10(4):196-203.
  • Bates N. Poisons affecting the liver. Veterinary Nurse. 2019;10(6):304-312.
  • Bates N. Poisons affecting the kidney. The Veterinary Nurse. 2019;10(8):418-424.
  • Bates N. Christmas poisons. The Veterinary Nurse. 2020;11(10):432.
  • Bates N. Cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) exposure in dogs. The Veterinary Nurse. 2021;12(6):271-277.
  • Bates N. Poisons affecting the skin. The Veterinary Nurse. 2021;12(4):176-180.
  • Bates N. Summer poisons. The Veterinary Nurse. 2021;12(4):200.
  • Bates N. Spring poisoning hazards for pets. The Veterinary Nurse. 2022;13(2):68-75.
  • Bates N. Summer poisoning hazards for pets. The Veterinary Nurse. 2022;13(5):225-233.
  • Bates N. Autumn poisoning hazards for pets. The Veterinary Nurse. 2022;13(7):318-326.
  • Bates N. Winter poisoning hazards for pets. The Veterinary Nurse. 2022;13(10):461-470.
  • 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 Beware of ‘bin raiders’.  Veterinary Practice Today 7(3):30-32.
  • Ellison J. 2019 Do it Yourself, but don’t let the animals help. Veterinary Practice Today 7(4): 22-24.
  • Ellison J. 2019 The dropped tablet – drugs acting on the central nervous system  Veterinary Practice Today 7(5):28-30.
  • Ellison J. 2019 Christmas – a toxicological recap.  Veterinary Practice Today 7(6):22-24.
  • Ellison J. The games, toys and hobbies which do not mix with animals. Veterinary Practice Today. 2020;8(1):30-32.
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  • 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.
  • Bates N, Morrison C, Flaig L, Turner AD. Paralytic shellfish poisoning and palytoxin poisoning in dogs. Veterinary Record 2020;187(7):e46.
  • Pain D, Green R, Bates N, Allen C. Lead ingestion in companion animals [Letter]. Vet Rec. 2022;191(8):345-346.
  • Robinson R, Bates N, Bolton F, Robinson N. Neurological deficits after confirmed adder bite in a cat. Vet Rec Case Rep 2019;7:e000635.
  • Little A, Bates N, Tizzard Z, Savage C, Trehy M. Bone meal ingestion in dogs: 255 Cases reported to the Veterinary Poisons Information Service. Vet Rec Case Rep. 2022;e468.
  • Bates N. 2018 White spirit exposure in pets. Veterinary Practice 50(8):40.
  • 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.
  • Bates N, Robinson N. Companion animal toxicology. Veterinary Times. 2020;50(6):6-9.
  • Bates N. Autumn poisoning hazards. UK Vet Equine 2019;3(5):182-190.
  • Bates N. Spring poisoning hazards. UK Vet Equine. 2021;5(2):76-81.
  • Bates N. Summer poisons hazards. UK Vet Equine. 2022;6(4):175-178.
  • Bates N. Atypical myopathy. UK Vet Equine. 2022;6(3):96-102.
  • Bates N. Poisoning in donkeys. UK Vet Equine. 2023;7(1):10-20.
  • Bates N. Bracken and horsetail poisoning. UK-VET Equine. 2023;7(2):58-62.
  • Bates N. Poisoning in donkeys. UK Vet Equine. 2023;7(1):10-20.