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Carbon disulfide poisoning

Carbon disulfide is a colorless and volatile liquid. It is a widely used chemical solvent in industry. It is also used in viscose fiber, carbon tetrachloride, pesticide production and so on. Carbon disulfide enters the human body through the respiratory tract and can also be absorbed through the skin and gastrointestinal tract. After poisoning, neuropsychiatric symptoms occur, and in severe cases, brain edema, coma, respiratory failure and death occur. Individual can leave central and peripheral nerve damage. Chronic poisoning mainly damages the nervous and cardiovascular system.


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