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CARBOLIC ACID. Symptoms





Category: Accidents, Emergencies and Poisons

Immediately burning pain from mouth to stomach;
giddiness, loss of consciousness, collapse, partial suppression of the
urine; characteristic odor and white color of lips, etc.

Antidotes. Epsom salts or glaubers salts, and water very freely to drink;
drink a pint of flaxseed tea. Later strong coffee or whisky and water as
stimulants.

External. If burned externally by carbolic acid, apply immediately some
oil-sweet oil, olive oil or any good oil at hand-or wash freely with
baking soda water. Should the acid get into the eye continue application
of oil or soda water and send for a physician. Hold lower lid down to
prevent acid getting into pupil until you are sure all the acid is off of
the lids.





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