PRIMARY SIGNS OF MERCURY POISONING
LACK OF APPETITE
PAIN ON SWALLOWING
GUM INFLAMMATION AND BLEEDING
SECONDARY SIGNS OF MERCURY POISONING
INCREDIBLE PAIN IN THE STOMACH
MUCOUS DIARRHEA WITH BLOOD
COUGH, SHORTTHESS OF BREATH
INFLAMMATION OF THE LUNG TISSUE
STRONG CHILLS, BODY TEMPERATURE UP TO 38-40℃
DETECTION OF HAZARDOUS METAL IN URINE TESTS
ALL OF THE SYMPTOMS LISTED ARE THE SAME FOR ADULTS AND CHILDREN
The child’s body is too weak to withstand the harmful effects of mercury on his health. Intoxication in children occurs with more vivid symptoms much faster than in adults, and requires immediate medical attention.
A person can be regularly exposed to mercury vapors and compounds without being aware of the danger. Within several years of such close contact with an aggressive environment, a sufficient amount of toxic metal is concentrated in the body for the development of mercurialism – chronic mercury poisoning..
You can identify this disease by the following signs:
The most striking manifestations of mercurialism include:
Consequences of mercury vapor poisoning
The most dangerous concentration of mercury vapor in residential premises and industries.
People exposed to such danger can lose their physical and mental health.
If any mercury-containing device (thermometer, fluorescent lamp, etc.) breaks into the room, it is urgent to remove all people from it, call mercury cleaning specialists and conduct a control check of the rooms for the presence of vapors of this metal.
Dangerous for life and health:
Only specialists of an accredited laboratory can clean and check the premises for the concentration of mercury in the air.
In St. Petersburg, these services are provided by the Expert Mercury service
Normative indicators when measuring mercury vapor should not exceed 0.0003 mg/m3.
Treatment for mercury poisoning
Treatment of mercury intoxication requires an exclusively professional approach and cannot be carried out independently. For this, the person is sent to the hospital..
If poisoning with a poisonous metal is of a chronic nature, then a sanatorium course and a mandatory change of job are recommended for the patient for rehabilitation.
The list of medicines includes:
Mercury and its vapors are especially dangerous in residential and enclosed spaces..
Do not do it yourself, call the experts