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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. INHALATION may produce coughing, nausea, nervousness, respiratory difficulties, cardiovascular system disorders, nosebleed, headache, sneezing, throat irritation.
    1. Workers exposed to vapors from heated maleic anhydride developed an intense burning sensation in the eyes and throat, with cough and vomiting.
    1. Pulmonary edema may develop.
  1. DERMAL - Skin contact causes irritation, and redness.
  1. EYE - Vapors cause severe eye irritation and conjunctivitis, photophobia, and double vision, temporary visual impairment.
    1. Exposure to high fume concentrations caused photophobia, double vision, and a visual phenomenon of seeing rings around lights.
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