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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. Ethyl acetate is low in toxicity. It is a mild mucous membrane irritant, but is not caustic. In high concentrations it may be a CNS depressant. Animal studies have demonstrated pulmonary edema, decreased cardiac contractility, seizures and hepatic damage, but these have NOT been reported in humans.
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