•Swollen, bleeding gums
•Burning in the stomach and throat
•Bloody diarrhea and vomiting
•Numbness or pain in certain parts of your skin
•Uncontrollable shake or tremor
•Inability to walk well
•Blindness and double vision
•Seizures and death (with large exposures)"
"•Humidified oxygen or air
•Breathing tube into the lungs
•Suctioning of mercury out of the lungs
•Medication to remove mercury and heavy metals from the body
•Fluids by IV (into a vein)
•Medicines to treat symptoms
•Activated charcoal, a medicine that soaks up many substances from the stomach
•Medicines called chelators to remove mercury from the blood"
All information was obtained from
U.S. National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency … 002476.htm
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