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Mental disorders caused by industrial poisoning

In industrial production, heavy metals, high molecular compounds and toxic gases are often used. After the human body is exposed to these toxic substances, the poisons will enter the human body through the gastrointestinal tract, respiratory tract, skin, mucous membrane and other ways, directly or indirectly act on the brain, resulting in disorder of its function and mental symptoms. Improving the working environment, strengthening labor protection and preventing industrial pollution are the key to prevent industrial poisoning. Once poisoning is found, it should be separated from the toxic environment immediately and treated accordingly.

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