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FIELD MANUAL IN TOXICOLOGY
Nonmetallic mineral poisons
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abdominal pain absorbed acute poisoning Agriculture alkali ammonia ammonia water amyl nitrite anemia animals arsine asphyxia blood burns calcium carbon bisulfide caused death Caustic lye cent chemical chlorates chronic poisoning clothing contains contents and liver Convulsions may occur copper sulphate creosote damage dangerous Diagnosis diarrhea DICHLORBENZENES digestive tract dilute dust emetics exposed exposure eyes fatal First-aid treatment fluoride formaldehyde given by mouth gram l l/2 grains gram l5 grains headache heart hydrochloric acid Hydrogen cyanide inhalation insecticides irritation kidneys mercuric chloride mercury milk of magnesia milk or eggs milligram mucous membrane muscle nausea nicotine nitric acid nose oxide oxygen phenol phosphorus potassium permanganate powdered Preventive measures produce poisoning Rabbits respiratory ROTENONE selenium small doses sodium spray SQUILL Stomach contents stools strychnine sulfate sulfuric acid swallowed Symptoms and actions taken by mouth teaspoonful may produce thallium throat tion tissues Toxic dose urine vapor vomiting washed Zinc