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List of common poisoning agents
What we need to know when you call us
Safe Handling Storage and Disposal of Pesticides
First Aid Tips
Accidental Poisoning In Children
Accidental Poisoning in Elderly
Poison Information Leaflets
First Aid For Ingested Poison
Do not try to make the victim or patient vomit.
Have the container while you call us.
First Aid For Dermatological Exposure
Remove contaminated clothing, taking care to avoid contact with the chemical.
Wash the skin with cool water continuously for 15 minutes and then wash gently with soap and water. Rinse well.
First Aid For Eye Exposure
Hold the eyelids open, wash gently with tap water continuously for 10-15 minutes
First Aid For Stings
Wash the area with soap or disinfectant and water.
Remove any stings or tentacles attached to the skin.
Apply ice if there is swelling
If the person develops an allergic reaction (Rash, temperature, difficulty in breathing, swelling of the face and neck) take victim to a doctor immediately.
What We Need To Know When You Call Us?
First Aid For Snake Bite