Acute exposure

Inhalation

The victim should be removed from exposure and all contaminated clothing removed. The respiratory function should be assessed. Further treatment is symptomatic and supportive. Give oxygen as necessary. Monitor blood pressure and respiration. In symptomatic patients, monitor renal and hepatic function and check for haemolysis.

Dermal

Contaminated clothing should be removed and the skin thoroughly irrigated with water or saline. Further treatment is symptomatic and supportive.

The eyes should be thoroughly irrigated with water or saline for 15 minutes and then stained with fluorescein. Referral to an ophthalmologist is recommended if there is any uptake of fluorescein.

Ingestion

Oral fluids may be given. Monitor blood pressure and respiration and in severe cases, liver and renal function and check for haemolysis.

Systemic effects

In severe cases, monitor liver and renal function and check for haemolysis.

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