Thursday, December 10, 2009

Poisoning Symptom and Effect

Poison or toxin is a kiss that can cause permanent or temporary damage if it enters the body in sufficient quantities.

Poisons can enter the body through:
  • Gastrointestinal tract: ingested / swallowed
  • Channel breathing: inhaled / smoked
  • Skin: injection
  • Eyes

Once these toxins enter the body, toxins can be quickly removed from the body tissue through blood vessels into the circulatory system. Symptoms and signs can vary, depending on how the entry of toxins. Reaction vomiting is very common way in most cases, accompanied by the risk of choking on stomach contents.

Poisoning can occur accidentally or accident and is usually associated with chemicals that often occurs in the home environment. Poisoning can also occur because the element of intent with the intention of committing suicide by swallowing or drinking poison insects or contaminated food, and drug and alcohol abuse.


  • When trying to help the victims, do not become the next victim.
  • Not allowing toxins or drugs within reach of children. Store in a locked cabinet.
  • Destroying poisons and drugs that are not in use.
  • Use the appropriate label, use containers or hazardous materials that can not be opened the children.
  • Do not put medicines or toxic substances in the bottle.
  • Watch out for toxic fumes or gases in a closed room.

Poisoning Effect
There are many toxic effects depending on the material and the amount of toxins that enter the body, can be immediate or slow. Toxins are usually quick to react with toxins that enter the body through injection or inhalation. While the poison is absorbed through the skin usually reacts a little slow.

Poisoning signs

  • Signs and symptoms of poisoning depends on the cause or toxic substances into the body. Symptoms such as:
  • Abdominal pain, nausea and vomiting
  • Sleepy
  • A burning pain on the skin and the stomach
  • Difficulty in breathing, tight chest, headache
  • Ear buzzing, blurred vision
  • Unpleasant breath odor
  • Signs bite or injection
  • Changes in skin color, with blue on the lips
  • Burned around and in the
  • Suddenly unconscious

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