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NITRIC ACID. Symptoms





Category: Accidents, Emergencies and Poisons

The stomach and bowels are irritated and inflamed,
the mouth may burn and bleed; swallowing is difficult. "Coffee grounds"
vomiting. Pulse feeble, clammy skin.





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