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1968 American Conference 8-hour working day Academic Press acid acute AID TREATMENT ammonia Arsine artificial respiration atmospheric pressure blood breathing carbonyl cause colorless concentration in air concentrations of vapor Conference of Governmental cyanogen day without adverse Deichmann and Horace Dithiocarb dose Drugs and Chemicals effects ethylene oxide flammable Freon frostbite frostbitten Gerarde gienists has recommended Governmental Industrial Hy headache high concentrations hydrogen cyanide HYDROGEN FLUORIDE hydrogen halides hydrogen selenide Hygiene and Toxicology irrigation irritation least 15 minutes LIMIT VALUE T.LV lung MAJOR HAZARDS management of pulmonary MEDICAL TREATMENT methyl bromide methyl chloride mucous membranes nausea nearly all workers nickel nitrogen oxides nitrosyl chloride nose odor oxygen phosgene phosphine physician ppm by volume produce pulmonary edema recommended a T.L.V. Remove the victim renal repeatedly exposed Skin Contact sodium solution sulfur dioxide Sulfuryl fluoride symptoms THRESHOLD LIMIT VALUE Toxicology of Drugs uncontaminated atmosphere urine volume in air vomiting York