How does rat poison kill people

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Together with the packaging (if still available) to the next hospital. Do not induce vomiting or try any home remedies such as milk or saline. If that's a fake question, I don't find it very funny right now.
@Musca: This is a fake question because the questioner is a zombie. The question shows what idiots are allowed to ask questions at Stern.
@ bh-roth: there are questions, I'm not speculating whether it is a zombie or not, but of course it is an indictment when such fakes are brought out by a formerly good critical paper.
@ Confusius: Schnuckelchen, but today you give everything again. Meeeehr!
funny, even my terrier realizes that he has to shut up when adults talk.
the duck rings at half past seven.
and the real musca is no longer active here.
he is very well, dear Serafine
@musca, after two years of activity in this community you should be able to spot zombie issues
The poison penetrates the human body through the bloodstream and ensures that the cell walls of the blood vessels are dissolved. The person then begins to bleed profusely from the mucous membranes. Due to the high blood loss, the person becomes extremely weak and in the worst case can even die. Bloody stools and vomiting of blood are typical of rat poisoning. If you notice these signs, please see a doctor immediately. With vitamin K1 preparations, but transfusions, antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs, the poisoning can be reversed.
Rat poison (brumolin etc.) is also dangerous for humans because it can strongly inhibit blood clotting. There are antidotes based on vitamin K. If you fear that you might have swallowed some of it, you should trust a doctor as soon as possible so that he can take measures to help you if necessary.