Poisoning first aid:


1. Medicines (such as an aspirin overdose)
2. Households and detergent and cleaning products
3. Carbon monoxide gas.
4. Paints.

Symptoms & Signs of poisoning:

Symptoms vary according to the poison, but may include:
Abdominal pain
Chest pain
Cough
Difficulty breathing
Irritability
Dizziness

Poisoning First Aid: Prevention:
Be aware of poisons in and around your home. To take steps to protect young children from toxic substances. In stores all medicines, cleaners, cosmetics, and household chemicals out of reach of children, or in cabinets with childproof latches. We should be familiar with plants in your home, yard, and vicinity. Keep your children informed, too. Remove any noxious plants. Never eat wild plants, mushrooms, roots, or berries unless you know what you're doing. And try not to store household chemicals in food containers, even if they are labeled. The most non-food substances are poisonous if taken in large doses.
Poisoning First Aid:
For poisoning by swallowing:
We should try to make sure that the victim has indeed been poisoned. It is not always obvious. Because some signs include chemical-smelling breath, burns around the mouth, difficulty breathing, vomiting, or unusual odors on the victim. If possible, identify the poison. For only induce vomiting if the poison control center tells you to do so. If the victim vomits, protect the airway. You must clear the victim's airway; wrap a cloth around your fingers before cleaning out his or her mouth and throat. If the victim has vomited a plant part, save the vomitus as it may allow identification by an expert who can then determine an antidote. The victim starts having convulsions, protect him or her from injury and give aid. Reassure the victim and keep him or her comfortable. Position the victim on their left side while getting or awaiting medical help. If the poison has spilled on the victim's clothes, remove the clothing and flush the skin with water. We should always call the doctor for the help first we should try to relax the victim then afterwards call the doctor.

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