Poisoning by detergents and toxic chemicals:
Some household cleaning products and insecticides incorporate several chemicals. And exposure to a rate exceeding the normal rate may adversely affect human health, whether by inhalation or swallowing or skin absorption.
• Shortness of breath.
• Dry throat.
• Loss of consciousness.
• Dryness, burns, allergies in the mouth and throat.
• Effect on the stomach (may lead to ulcers).
By skin or eye contact:
• Dryness of the affected area.
• Minor scratches or burns.
• Sensitivity to skin or eczema.
• Redness and sensitivity of the eye.
• Dissolving fat in the eye causing serious risks.
• Severe burns in the eye.
Transfer the casualty to a well-ventilated place away from toxic substances and contact the ambulance.
- It is forbidden to give acids such as vinegar and lemon juice in alkaline poisoning cases such as flash.
- Transfer the injured to the hospital immediately.
By contact with the skin:
- Wash the skin with a stream of flowing water while removing contaminated clothes and continue to wash the skin with water, then wash the skin afterward thoroughly with soap and water
- Do not put any medicine or chemical on the affected skin, because some chemicals may worsen the case.
By contact with the eye:
- Hold your eyelids open with your hands and wash with flowing water.
- Do not use any kind of droplets.
- Transfer the injured to the nearest hospital.