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Children get to consumed a whole lot of stuffs daily especially kerosene and some of such
substances are potentially dangerous . Fortunately Kerosene is poorly absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract.
However, there is a possibility of aspiration into the respiratory tract
especially following vomiting
which could cause severe respiratory problems occurring within hours but may be seen a day or so after ingestion when the child becomes breathless and feverish up to 40ºC.
Also contact with the skin and mucous membranes such as the gut lining can lead to variable degrees of irritation potentially very severe cases.
There is no specific or particular drug treatment in normal day practice. What is recommended is to immediately remove the dresses and wash the child thoroughly with soap and keep the child close to a window or in an airy place with the mouth open.
If the child did consumed a considerable amount of the kerosene then the child be kept under observation in the hospital.
Hope this helps.