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Formalin poisoning

Formalin is a 35% ~ 40% formaldehyde solution. It is an important disinfectant and preservative. It has a strong stimulating effect on the skin and mucous membrane. After absorption, it has an inhibitory effect on the central nervous system. Formaldehyde is oxidized to formic acid in the body, which can often lead to acidosis, that is, formalin poisoning.


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