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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- Zirconium has a low order of toxicity. There are no characteristic signs of zirconium poisoning.
- Certain ZIRCONIUM SALTS (eg, zirconium tetrachloride) may cause IRRITATION or CAUSTIC INJURY.
- If such effects develop following exposure to a zirconium compound, REFER to the IRRITANTS or ACIDS MEDITEXT MEDICAL MANAGEMENTS for MORE INFORMATION on EVALUATION and TREATMENT.
- Dermal exposure to zirconium in topical poison ivy medications and deodorants has caused subcutaneous granulomas, probably due to a hypersensitivity reaction.
- Pulmonary abnormalities have NOT been demonstrated in workers with zirconium fume exposure. Prolonged exposure to aerosols of zirconium lactate and sulfate have caused respiratory tract irritation and peribronchial granuloma formation in experimental animals.
- Experimental animals exposed to massive doses have developed CNS depression. Two individuals administered 50 milligrams of zirconium malate intravenously developed vertigo.
- Zirconium and its compounds are eye irritants.
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