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  1. Features reported after exposure to automatic dishwashing rinse aids
  2. Toxicity of traditional and soluble film automatic dishwashing tablets
  3. Liquid laundry detergent capsules (PODS): a review of their composition and mechanisms of toxicity, and of the circumstances, routes, features, and management of exposure
  4. Sir Winston Churchill: fracture of fifth thoracic vertebra and a stroke following a fall on 15 November 1960
  5. Winston Churchill: two mild left hemisphere strokes, finger gangrene and syncope in 1959
  6. A review of 4652 exposures to liquid laundry detergent capsules reported to the United Kingdom National Poisons Information Service 2008–2018
  7. Winston Churchill: inguinal hernia repair on 11 June 1947
  8. Winston Churchill: acute appendicitis in October 1922 (‘I had lost not only my appendix but my office as Secretary of State’)
  9. Sir Winston Churchill KG: hip fracture in Monte Carlo (‘Remember, I want to die in England’) on 28 June 1962, femoral vein thrombosis and jaundice in London
  10. The clinical toxicology of sodium hypochlorite
  11. Winston Churchill: acute ataxic stroke in June 1955 with excellent recovery
  12. Winston Churchill: a left hemisphere stroke or possible focal seizure on 20 October 1956
  13. Sir Winston Churchill: pneumonia, pleurisy, jaundice and atrial fibrillation at Roquebrune-Cap-Martin and Chartwell, 1958
  14. Sir Winston Churchill: recovery from an acute stroke in June 1953 and triumph at the Conservative Party Conference in October 1953
  15. Did Sir Winston Churchill suffer from the ‘black dog’?
  16. Winston Churchill’s acute stroke in June 1953
  17. Sir Winston Churchill: cerebrovascular disease January 1950–March 1952
  18. Winston Churchill: his first stroke in 1949
  19. Winston Churchill (1874–1965), Dr Robson Roose, MD Brux, FRCPE (1848–1905) and Dr Joseph Rutter, MD Lond, MRCP (1834–1913): Treatment for pneumonia in March 1886
  20. Did Winston Churchill suffer a heart attack in the White House at Christmas 1941?
  21. Exposures to automatic dishwashing rinse aids reported to the United Kingdom National Poisons Information Service 2008–2016