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  1. immediate danger with hydrocarbon ingestion is _____?
    aspiration
  2. what does low dose lead exposure look like?
    distracted, impulsive, hyperactive, hearing impaired
  3. what does a high dose lead exposure look like?
    mental retardation, blindness, paralysis, coma, seziures, death.
  4. what test do you use to check the status of lungs after near-drowning?
    chest radiograph
  5. what is the intervention for tylenol toxicity?
    mucomyst
  6. what is the intervention for aspirin OD?
    • activated charcoal. 
    • vit K
    • sodium bicarbonate
  7. we do not attempt to neutralize corrosives. just airway maintenance and analgesics for pain.
    .
  8. when ingested gas or kerosine or lighter fluid or whatever, we do not induce vomiting. prepare for cuffed endotracheal tube prior to gastric decontamination
    .
  9. intervention for lead OD?
    chelation therapy with calcium EDTA
  10. contact the Poison Control Center before taking any action other than maintaining airway.
    .
  11. what is the intervention for iron poisoning?
    chelation with deferozamine
  12. what does tylenol poisoning look like?
    liver damage without tx
  13. what does aspirin OD look like?
    N/V, ringing in ears, lighthead
  14. what does a corrosive substance OD look like
    swelling lips, cough up blood (hemoptysis), drooling

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