The first signs of poisoning with hellebore Lobel are salivation, nausea, vomiting, loose stools. The victim is pale, he has visual disturbances (decreased visual acuity). Heart rate and breathing are reduced. When poisoning with this plant, signs of damage to the central nervous system are observed. First, overexcitation develops, then – inhibition of brain activity. There may be cramps, nosebleeds. Possible drop in blood pressure, cardiac arrest and breathing.
First aid for poisoning by hellebore Lobel.
First, to cleanse the stomach cause vomiting. Then the stomach is washed with a 0.2% solution of tannin, a suspension of activated carbon (3-5 g per 1-2 cups of water) is introduced into it. Give the victim a saline laxative (15-30 g of sodium sulfate, magnesium sulfate).
, dizziness and headache, breathing becomes difficult. Decreased muscle tone can lead to retraction of the tongue and suffocation. Cramps may occur. In a short time, death from respiratory arrest occurs.
First aid for poisoning with a milestone poisonous (cycloid).
As soon as possible, you need to empty the stomach of its contents (induce vomiting, give emetics), then rinse the affected stomach with a weak solution of potassium permanganate and make a cleansing enema. In addition, saline laxatives up to 30 g are used (sodium sulfate, magnesium sulfate) and activated carbon (crush 8-10 tablets and drink with 1-2 glasses of water). It is recommended to drink strong coffee and a weak solution of acetic acid (slightly sour).
An ambulance call is required. To maintain liver function, 10 ml of a 40% glucose solution, hemodesis, glucocorticosteroid drugs (prednisone, hydrocortisone) are injected intravenously. To normalize the acidic ground state, a 4% sodium bicarbonate solution is infused intravenously. With convulsions, 1-2 ml of a 0.25% droperidol solution are intramuscularly administered. To reduce toxic effects on the central nervous system, an aminobutyric acid solution (15–20 ml) is infused intravenously in a 5% glucose solution or 0.9% sodium chloride solution (500 ml).
To stimulate breathing and cardiac activity, 1-2 ml of a 20% caffeine solution, 2 ml of a 20% camphor oil solution are subcutaneously injected. With a significant decrease in heart rate, an 0.1% solution of atropine sulfate (1 ml) is injected subcutaneously. With heart failure, cardiac glycosides are used (corglycon, strophanthin), and with a drop in blood pressure, mesatone and norepinephrine.
Based on Quick Help in Emergencies.