Cornelia Nauen,Belgium, Présidente ; Dr. Tim J. Adams,Nouvelle Calédonie ; Dr. Eduardo Balguerias, Espagne ;Mr. Amadu Bailo Camara, Guinée Bissau ; Dr. Boris Fabres,St. However, reports show that around 40 styles of these fish are used in Japan for human intake, and each year they consume about 10,000 a whole bunch blowfish. The severity of indicators of blowfish poisoning may vary with species and the sort of dish. While some species are less toxic, others can be deadly. Certain styles of dishes like sashimi and chiri are found to be mostly associated with such incidents. Incorrect coaching is always blamed for blowfish poisoning, which can cause severe signs like, coma and even death. The common signs include dizziness, intoxication, vomiting, numbness and prickling sensation, muscle paralysis, rapid heart rate, nerve damage, low blood force, etc.