First Aid Manual for Chemical Accidents: Or Use with Nonpharmaceutical Chemicals
M. Marc J. Lefevre, Ernest I. Becker
Dowden, Hutchinson & Ross, 1980 - Medical - 218 pages
Golden rule; Index of products; Description of symptoms of poisoning; First aid in case of inhalation; First aid in case of ingestion; First aid in case of skin contact; First aid in case of eye contact.
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The Importance of the First Aiders Role
FIRST AID IN CASE OF INHALATION
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ACETATE acute poisoning administer oxygen affected area aiders ALLYL ALUMINUM AMMONIUM BARIUM FLUORIDE blanket blue pages Burning sensation BUTYRALDEHYDE CALCIUM chemical CHLOROBENZENE CHLOROETHANES CHLOROFORMATE cold sweat—pale complexion collar and belt compounds conjunctivas contaminated area DEMETON DICHROMATE ETHANES ETHER ETHYL ACRYLATE FLUOROMETHANE FREON green pages HYDROGEN HYDROXIDE Immediate symptoms Inflammation of conjunctivas INHALATION Irritation of nose legs raised LITHIUM CARBONATE Loosen his collar low pressure MERCURY METHYL NITRATE METHYLAMINE METHYLMERCURY mucous membranes Nausea and vomiting NITRATE Notify a physician oxygen under low pain PARAOXON PARATHION PERCHLORATE PHENYLMERCURIC ACETATE physician and inform physician arrives pink pages POTASSIUM PROPYL pulmonary edema PULMOTOR or similar Remove the victim SKIN CONTACT SODIUM SODIUM CHLORITE soluble salts SPLASHING IN EYES stomach substance SULFATE SULFURIC ACID Symptoms of acute tendency to fainting TETRAETHYLTIN throat toxic TRIFLUOROETHANES type of equipment vapors victim is conscious VINYL Vital Equipment Watering of eyes weak and rapid yellow pages