chemical hazard

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1. Clinical symptoms

1.1. Head

1.1.1. Dizziness, headache

1.1.1.1. Solvents, paint, ozone, smoke

1.2. Eyes

1.2.1. Red, watery, irritated, grainy feeling Corneal and conjunctival disturbances Lens, iris, and anterior chamber disturbances Posterior segment and optic nerve disturbances Intra-ocular pressure elevation

1.2.1.1. Smoke, gases, various dusts, vapors from paint, and cleaners Sulfur dioxide, dimethyl sulfate, hydrogen sulfide Anticholinesterase agents, copper, phenylmercuric salts Carbon disulfide, ethylene glycol, warfarin Formaldehyde, ammonia

1.3. Nose

1.3.1. Sneezing, coughing, rhinitis, perforated septum

1.3.1.1. Smoke, ozone, solvents, various dusts, vapors, and fumes from paint and cleaners, acetic acid, acetic anhydride

1.4. Mouth/throat

1.4.1. Green tongue, salivation, sore throat

1.4.1.1. Vanadium, mercury, arsenic

1.5. Skin

1.5.1. Redness, dryness, rash, itching, skin cancer

1.5.1.1. Solvents, chromium, nickel, detergents and cleaners, paint on skin

1.6. Nervous system

1.6.1. Nervousness, irritability, tremors, loss of coordination

1.6.1.1. Long-term solvent exposure, long-term lead exposure CNS depressants

1.7. Reproductive system

1.7.1. Men: Low sperm count, damage to sperm. Women: Menstrual irregularities, miscarriage, damage to egg/fetus

1.7.1.1. Lead, toluene, some other solvents, ethylene oxide gas

1.8. Pulmonary system

1.8.1. Pneumonia Asthma Fibrosis

1.8.1.1. Ammonia, chlorine, oxides of N2 Phthalic anhydride, platinum salts Asbestos, kaolin, silica, talc

2. irritant chemicals

3. Routes

3.1. Inhalation

3.2. Skin contact

3.3. Eye contact

3.4. Ingestion

3.5. Injection

4. source