Summary

Chloroform is absorbed through the gastrointestinal tract and lungs

Dermal absorption is only likely to be significant following contact with the liquid rather than the vapour Chloroform causes CNS depression and delayed liver and renal damage The metabolites of chloroform, particularly phosgene, are responsible for toxicity Acetylcysteine may be used as an antidote Chloroform is a potential mutagen

There is insufficient evidence for carcinogenicity in humans Chloroform may be teratogenic in humans

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