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HOW-TO CARDS FOR POISONS, WOUNDS, AND BRUISESCOLD WEATHER INJURIESSIGNS AND LISTS SYMPTOMS10 Symptoms of InhaledPoisoning1.Dizziness2.Weakness3.Drowsiness4.Headache5.Mental confusion6.Breathing difficulties7.Heartbeat irregularities8.Unusual breath odor9.Nausea10.Unconsciousness5 Symptoms of Oral Poisoning1.Abdominal pain and cramping2.Nausea or vomiting3.Diarrhea4.Burns, odor, and stains around and in the mouth5.Drowsiness or unconsciousnessTreatment procedureforInhaled Poisoning1.call for help first before attempting the rescue. are also overcome bythe poison. Open doors and windows to remove fumes.2. Take several deep breaths of fresh air, then take a final deep breath andhold it..3. If you can see fumes or smoke, keep your head out of them.4. Move the victim out into the fresh air.Treatment procedurefor OralPoisoning1. Determine critical information:a. Age and size of victimb. What was swallowedc. How much was swallowedd. When was it swallowed

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