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The health hazards of vinyl chloride

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The health hazards of vinyl chloride

Post  gill on Mon Nov 29, 2010 9:47 pm


Inhalation of high concentrations of vinyl chloride vapors or skin contact of the solution after it, absorbs quickly, causing acute poisoning. Inhalation of the upper respiratory tract irritation initially. Poisoning can occur after several hours the heart, lung, liver, kidney and central nervous system damage, severe acidosis presents serious. Patients may have convulsions, coma, shock, hematuria and renal failure. Mist can cause eye irritation and corneal burns. Skin burns can blister, 1 to 2 weeks after the blisters absorption. Regular exposure to low concentrations of vinyl chloride mist, may have headaches, dizziness phenomenon. Vinyl chloride combustible, corrosive, irritant, can cause the body burns.


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