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First aid treatment of Turpentine poisoning its causes, prevention and diagnose-“Occupational Hazards”

Turpentine poisoning It is a volatile oil derived from pine trees. It is used in the preparation of varnishes, paints, and in medicine. It poisoning usually occurs by inhalation. It is diagnosed by the following features: There is burning sensation in the esophagus. Cramping, vomiting and diarrhea are present. Pulse and respiration become slow, weak, and irregular. Irritation of urinary tract and central nervous system are seen. First Aid Give...

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First aid treatment of Cadmium poisoning its causes, prevention and diagnose-“Occupational Hazards”

Cadmium poisoning It is a white, ductile, metallic element. It is present in zinc ores. It is used in atomic reactors, electroplating, manufactures of alloys , and rechargeable battery cells. Its poisoning is diagnosed by the following features. Excessive salivation, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are present. Abdominal cramps occur. Headache is present. First Aid Induce vomiting. Give gastric lavage with water. Give a saline cathartic. Shift him to a hospital...

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First aid treatment of Chromium poisoning its causes, prevention and diagnose-“Occupational Hazards”

Chromium poisoning It is a lustrous, hard, metallic element that is resistant to corrosion. It is used in manufacture of steel furniture. Its poisoning is diagnosed by the following features. The victim has headache, nausea, and vomiting. There is weakness in legs. Respiration is deep and difficult. There may be ringing in the ears. The skin may become red. Blisters may develop. First Aid Remove the victim from the site...

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First aid treatment of Benzene poisoning its causes, prevention and diagnose-“Occupational Hazards”

Benzene Poisoning Benzene is a volatile liquid that is not miscible with water but dissolves in fat. It is used in the industries manufacturing drugs and dyes. Its poisoning is diagnosed by the following features. There is burning sensation in the mouth and stomach, nausea, and vomiting. Cough and chest pain are present. Headache, giddiness, confusion, restlessness, stupor, and coma may occur. First Aid Give lavage with tap water cautiously,...

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First aid treatment of Carbon disulphide poisoning its causes, prevention and diagnose-“Occupational Hazards”

Carbon Disulphide Poisoning It is a clear, colorless or yellowish, highly inflammable, poisonous liquid. It is used to manufacture carbon tetra-chloride, cellophane pesticides, and viscose rayon. Its poisoning is diagnosed by the following features. There is irritation of skin, eyes and mucous membranes. The victim gets headaches. Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea are present. The pulse is weak. Palpitations and fatigue are present. First Aid Induce vomiting. Give gastric lavage if...

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First aid treatment of Mercury poisoning its causes, prevention and diagnose-“Occupational Hazards”

Mercury Poisoning It is seen in occupations related to roasting, crushing, and condensation of mercury from ore, manufacture of caustic soda, chlorine, paints paper and pulp. The condition is diagnosed by the following features. Respiration is slow. The pulse is weak rapid. There is burning sensation in mouth and throat. There is abdominal pain with nausea and vomiting. There is diarrhea accompanied by bloody stools. First Aid Give egg white...

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First aid treatment of phosphorous poisoning its causes, prevention and diagnose-“Occupational Hazards”

Phosphorous Poisoning Acute phosphorous poisoning is seen following ingestion of rat poison, in agricultural workers who use fertilizers, pesticides, and insecticides are used. The condition is diagnosed by the following features. There is pain in throat and abdomen. There is intense thirst. Nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea follow. There is odor of garlic on breath. Cramps are present. There is headache. Profound weakness is experienced. First Aid Give repeated stomach was...

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