Summary

• Methylene chloride is toxic by inhalation and ingestion and may be absorbed after heavy skin contamination

• It is highly volatile and high concentrations may accumulate in unventilated areas

• Methylene chloride is an eye, skin and respiratory tract irritant

• It causes narcosis at high concentrations

• Methylene chloride is partly metabolised to carbon monoxide in vivo and elevated carboxyhaemoglobin concentrations may persist for some time after cessation of exposure

• Methylene chloride is possibly carcinogenic to humans

• Methylene chloride is a possible mutagen

• Exposure to high concentrations of methylene chloride has been linked to an increase in spontaneous abortion. However there is insufficient information to establish a causal relationship

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