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Acute hydrogen sulfide poisoning

Acute hydrogen sulfide poisoning is a systemic disease with multiple organ damage, mainly in the central nervous system and respiratory system, caused by inhalation of a large amount of hydrogen sulfide gas in a short time. Hydrogen sulfide is an irritant and asphyxiating harmful gas with the smell of rotten eggs. Acute poisoning can affect many organs and tissues, such as the central nervous system, respiratory system, cardiovascular system and so on.


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