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Phenol poisoning

The commonly used phenolic drugs include lime acid (phenol), Lysol (coal phenol soap solution), creosote oil, racotin (resorcinol), hexachlorophenol, odorant (coal tar oil soap solution), etc., among which carbolic acid has the greatest toxicity and corrosiveness. Phenols can stimulate, paralyze and cause necrosis on skin and mucosa. After absorption, they can stimulate and then inhibit the central nervous system, and can directly damage myocardium and small blood vessels. Poisoning in children is mostly caused by accidental ingestion; If you use a large amount of smear on the skin, it can also cause poisoning due to rapid absorption.


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