Are kerosene heater fumes toxic or medically harmful ?
My husband, age 58, works in the garage with two kerosene heaters blasting, the smell is outrageous. What symptoms might he experience by inhaling the fumes for 8 or more hours at a time. ps, he keeps the outside garage door closed to stay warm. Than
Drank kerosene. On lanzol junior. Will he be okay?
Hi My son 4 yrs old and sipped kerosene by mistake, when asked he said he spat it out but a little sip is gone into his stomach. I did take him to a hospital and the child specialists said he is fine and gave a table named (junior lanzol 15). Kindly suggest if that Is all or do I need to do more....
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Child accidentally ingested kerosene. What to do?
Hi me and my brother were just talking and I turn around around and my daughter got a hold of this old lamp that we had and it had kerosene in it it and I m not sure if she drank it but she spilled it all over her clothes I took her bath and brushed her teeth and she s fine but I m freaking out I...
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Can exposure to kerosene cause birth defects?
i live on a small trailor. we have the back of it closed off to keep it warm in the rest of the trailor. we have a kerosine heater thet we use all day everyday and the only times it is off id when we are refueling it.the only fresh air coming throgh is wen the front door is opened or closed.im...
Pagets or thrush of the nipple? Are there distinct ways to tell the two apart, without needing a skin biopsy?
Itching and burning sensation are associated with a thrush. Clinical examination can give more clues to differentiate the two.
My brother has been sunburnt moderately bad, there is sone yellow sticky discharge from his skin, any ideas on how to fix this?
I think the burns are infected. Topical antibiotic as well as oral antibiotic can fix this; he will need to see his doctor and get the medications prescribed. In the meanwhile silver sulfadiazine creams can be applied on the burns.
I gt needles at my back and smtyms on my whole bdy whnevr m exposed to heat. usualy the skin burns nd itches but no numb. dry skin nd problm ocur at season chng
You have probably developed allergy to heat/sun burn. If this persist, you should see a dermatologist who can have a look at it.
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