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Inhalation of Bromine Gas


Presentation

  • The chemicals are presented alphabetically and classified as a carcinogen, hazardous substance, hazardous waste, or toxic pollutant.[books.google.com]
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  • Because of the potential for industrial and transportation accidents to release of large amounts of Br2 in populated areas, Br2 presents a clear and present danger to public health.[grantome.com]
  • Most of the concentrations of bromine present in the majority of applications are perfectly harmless to humans.[healthyliving.azcentral.com]
  • Clinical signs including hypoxemia, wheezes, rales, and abnormal chest radiographs may be present.[aoemj.biomedcentral.com]
Cough
  • Seite 341 - There draws the Grinder his laborious breath ; There coughing at his deadly trade he bends : Born to die young, he fears nor man nor death ; Scorning the future, what he earns he spends ; ' Debauch and riot are his bosom friends. ‎[books.google.com]
  • Wet cough producing clear, yellow, or green mucus Cough producing blood or frothy pink matter in the saliva Nausea or abdominal pain Chest pain Shortness of breath Painful breathing or pleuritis (an inflammation of the outside covering of the lungs)[webmd.com]
  • Jor International Hazard Posts: 950 Registered: 21-11-2007 Member Is Offline Mood: No Mood If you really had to cough bad, and you have asthma, I would at least go to a doctor.[sciencemadness.org]
  • Dizziness and cough are symptoms of inhaled bromine poisoning, while a burning sensation on the skin is a symptom of direct exposure to bromine gas.[wisegeek.com]
  • Effects of long-term exposure include lung irritation, shortness of breath lasting for years, mucus production and coughs.[sciencing.com]
Weakness
  • Seite 147 - The patient lay immoveablc upon his back in a state of great weakness and pros1854.] Practical Medicine, 279 tration ; there was no appetite. The lower lobe of the left lung was impervious to air.[books.google.com]
  • […] yellow, or green mucus Cough producing blood or frothy pink matter in the saliva Nausea or abdominal pain Chest pain Shortness of breath Painful breathing or pleuritis (an inflammation of the outside covering of the lungs) Headache Flu -like symptoms Weakness[webmd.com]
  • Symptom Bromine poisoning symptoms common symptoms abdominal pain mouth with bromine taste and salty diarrhea weak mania dizziness joint pain nausea delirium constipation Mainly the central nervous system suppression symptoms, but can occur after the[healthfrom.com]
  • (It follows trend in having the highest bond energy in compounds with other atoms, but it has very weak bonds within the diatomic F 2 molecule.)[en.wikipedia.org]
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Physician
  • ELLIS (BENJAMIN), MD THE MEDICAL FORMULARY : being a Collection of Prescriptions, derived from the writings and practice of many of the most eminent physicians of America and Europe.[books.google.com]
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  • The fact that mustard gas and related compounds of inducing leukopenia : led physicians interested in the benefits for the treatment of leukemia and Hodgkin's disease.[flipper.diff.org]
Swelling
  • Immediate evaluation in a hospital's emergency department is necessary for treating the following conditions: Unconsciousness Cyanosis -- A blue discoloration of the mouth or skin Difficulty breathing Sudden change of voice Mouth or throat swelling Chest[webmd.com]
  • High level exposure can lead to bronchitis, light sensitivity, and spasms of the eyelid and throat accompanied by swelling.[eco-chick.com]
  • […] pain Nausea Vomiting (may contain blood) HEART AND BLOOD Collapse Low blood pressure that develops rapidly Too much or too little acid in the blood -- leads to organ damage LUNGS AND AIRWAYS Breathing difficulty (from breathing in the substance) Throat swelling[medlineplus.gov]
  • Ingestion of liquid can cause death due to circulatory collapse and asphyxiation from swelling of the respiratory tract. The lowest oral lethal dose reported for humans is 14 mg/kg.[cameochemicals.noaa.gov]
Infertility
  • The EPA has observed and documented hormonal imbalance, suppressed immune systems, reproductive infertility and alterations in fetal development of animals.[poolspaforum.com]
Heart Disease
  • I have since relieved several similar attacks by the same method, in less than two minutes. " I have advised this course for many others, and their testimony has been uniformly satisfactory, except in one instance, that of an aged lady with heart disease[books.google.com]
  • Kidney stones are a known risk, but studies have investigated other potential safety concerns, including an increased risk of death, cancer and heart disease. By RICHARD KLASCO, M.D[nytimes.com]
  • On the original heart disease or heart failure, edema in children, should not use a lot of sodium chloride, ammonium chloride can be used instead.[healthfrom.com]
Fear
  • Seite 341 - There draws the Grinder his laborious breath ; There coughing at his deadly trade he bends : Born to die young, he fears nor man nor death ; Scorning the future, what he earns he spends ; ' Debauch and riot are his bosom friends. ‎[books.google.com]
  • ., some people can cause gastrointestinal symptoms; inhalation of high concentrations, the nasopharynx and oral mucosa can be stained , Mouth breath with a special smell, tears, fear of light, play cough, hoarse, glabrous edema and even produce suffocation[healthfrom.com]
  • On the other hand, the safe and responsible handling of chemicals should be no cause for irrational fear. Bromine and the other halogens are necessary parts of our complex world. Learning more about them is something that can benefit us all.[crscientific.com]

Treatment

  • Treatment Treatment of bromine poisoning treatment Departments: Other departments of the emergency department Treatment: drug treatment supportive treatment Treatment cycle: 2 - 8 weeks Cure rate: 20% Commonly used drugs: bumetanil tablets eleven flavored[healthfrom.com]
  • Medical Treatment for Chemical Pneumonia Evaluation and treatment vary. Almost everyone will have measurements of blood pressure, oxygen level, heart rate, and respiratory rate.[webmd.com]
  • It has a use in the treatment of water to displace excess chlorine and because of its sterilising properties it is used in food processing.[crowcon.com]
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  • Ammonia gas itself is quite dangerous--as you can see from the CDC cite, it's even faster-working than phosgene, and I don't see any website advocating this sort of treatment.[boards.straightdope.com]

Prognosis

  • […] treatment with medicine to open breathing tubes Steroid medications by IV or mouth Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs by mouth Pain medications by IV or mouth Artificial ventilation (help breathing) Preventive antibiotics (sometimes) Next Steps -- Outlook Prognosis[webmd.com]
  • Ammonia Gas Properties, Exposure Pathology, Symptoms, Treatment, Prognosis The following information about exposure to ammonia gas hazards is based on information from U.S.[inspectapedia.com]
  • Chest 1985, 88: 376–384. 10.1378/chest.88.3.376 View Article PubMed Google Scholar Bardana EJ: Reactive airways dysfunction syndrome (RADS): Guidelines for diagnosis and treatment and insight into likely prognosis.[aoemj.biomedcentral.com]

Etiology

  • Etiology The cause of bromine poisoning Etiology Poisoning due to misuse, caused by eating. Pathophysiology Bromine is a substance that is strongly irritating and corrosive to the mucosa.[healthfrom.com]

Epidemiology

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Pathophysiology

  • Pathophysiology Bromine is a substance that is strongly irritating and corrosive to the mucosa. The degree of tissue damage is generally more pronounced than chlorine.[healthfrom.com]

Prevention

  • Prevention/Solution The best way to prevent a bromine allergy from occurring is to avoid the chemical altogether. Do not swim in pools that use bromine to sanitize the water.[healthyliving.azcentral.com]
  • : [email protected] Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) protects people’s health and safety[emergency.cdc.gov]
  • Prevention Prevention of bromine poisoning Strengthen management, do a good job of health education, is strictly prohibited eating, misuse.[healthfrom.com]
  • Iodine and bromine are similar elements and it has been shown that bromine can prevent the use of iodine by the body. This can eventually result in thyroid problems.[wisegeek.com]
  • Bromine can also be found as an alternative to chlorine in swimming pool treatment and as a fire retardants (chemicals that help prevent things from catching fire).[omagdigital.com]

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