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Can You Get Poisoning From Propane Fumes
Propane fumes: Yes. Poisoning depends on the amount of propane fumes, the length of time of exposure, the concentration of the fumes, whether there is any ventilation, and the age and health of the person exposed.
Toxic ingestion (also called "poisoning") is a condition in which a person has eaten or drank a substance that causes ill symptoms or damage to his body. Taking an overdose of a medicine, taking any dose of a poison, drinking too much vodka, or accidentally drinking antifreeze. . . are all ...Read more
Propane Poisoning: Propane is a colorless and odorless flammable gas. This gas takes the place of oxygen is the lungs making it difficuly to breathe. Symptoms are:burning sensation, convulsions, cough, diarrhea, dizziness, fever, nausea, vomiting, and nervousness. Call poison control if this suspected at 1-800-222-1222.
Working in environment wear solder lead is being used fumes present in room can I get lead poisoning being in room 4-6hours?
Monitor: Hopefully there are health standards being followed. If you are concerned obtain a lead level. Talk to your company about your concerns as this likely involves other workers. All the best and be safe.
Having a bonfire and threw 3 aluminum cans in. After they melted is it possible to get aluminum poisoning from the fumes of them?
Not likely: Here is a fascinating study of fumes from campfires down by the Rocky Mountain Forest Service. Metal fumes in garbage thrown into campfires that appeared to be a problem were cadmium (from batteries), lead, beryllium, and mercury. See http://www. Fs.fed. Us/t-d/pubs/htmlpubs/htm04232327/page01.htmSee 1 more doctor answer
If someone that is exposed to solder fumes for a few hours from working with art supplies have a good chance at lead poisoning Fumes at a far no mask?
Need more info: Is the exposure just a few hours or a few hour/day? If the latter, there may be cause for concern. If you have prolonged exposure you may wish to consult your doctor for blood lead test.See 1 more doctor answer
Toxins - Chemicals: Headaches, wooziness, fainting, nausea and vomitting. Move the patient out of the environment where the fumes are present and let them breathe fresh air. If they are too ill, call 911.
Yes: Anytime you believe you are poisoned by a substance, the sooner you are seen the better. You may think it is propane but could be something else. Why take the risk? Get checked out and the sooner the better.
Is it harmful to breath in propane fumes my neighbor downstairs has a leak cause that's all I smell they have a one and seven year old children?
Get Help!!: Yes, it can be harmful to breathe propane but not as harmful as being in the house or nearby when the accumulated propane explodes. Alert your neighbors right away of the danger of the propane leak. If they don't listen or care, then call the fire department but stay away from that leak until he fixes it and if they continue to expose their children after that, call child protective services.
A public bus I caught had strong engine oil fumes inside - worried about co poisoning. When does brain damage occur from this kind of exposure?
What are the signs of carbon monoxide poisoning? I have frequent headaches and tire easily sometimes. Can my car leak carbon monoxide fumes inside?
Yes, risk is present: You may experience headaches only while in your car, your fingertips may turn cherry red, you might be spacey, light-headed, dizzy, nauseated, and if so, could be carbon monoxide exposure. So, if you have an older car, and visible exhaust with a lot of wear and tear, best to have it checked. Also, at home, always have place carbon monoxide detector, as furnaces have potential for harm.See 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities.: Lead was used as an additive to paints used in home building years ago & the inhalation of paint dust during renovations, or kids chewing on cribs painted with lead paint provided some. Exposure to clothes of someone working in around lead (battery reclamation) or that from lead paint on decorative dishes were also common. Removal of lead from many of these products has reduced public risk.
Lead in environment: Sources of lead include old paint (babies chewing on windowsills); soil near a highway; pottery with lead based glaze (usually imported); and some toys have been found to have lead based paint (again- imported. Lead based paint is no longer used in the US.See 1 more doctor answer
Industry: Known exposures are usually in industry, and depending where you are, industrial medicine / hygiene may be imperfect and allow unfortunate things to happen. Lead from paint / plumbing in old homes is serious. Arsenic and less often thallium are homicidal poisons; I've run into both. There are crooked labs that will overdiagnose heavy metal poisoning. Good luck sorting it out.
Lead pipes: In older homes may still exist so yes.
Minimal: None that you should worry about (unless it kills or severely wounds you).
Yes/depends: Lead is still an issue but less common. Since the removal from most paints and gasoline, the incidence has dropped but the impact is still worrisome enough to be monitored. Random cases have emerged from kids gnawing on painted toys imported from overseas, home renovations, parents bringing home contaminated clothing for lead foundries. It can emerge in any ethnic/socioeconomic situation.See 2 more doctor answers
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