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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. Human exposures have been uncommon and have often involved exposure to arsine and hydrogen sulfide, in addition to stibine. The principal effect of stibine is hemolysis, with secondary effects involving the kidneys and liver. It is anticipated to cause pulmonary irritation, based on animal studies.
  1. Exposed humans have experienced headache, weakness, nausea, lumbar pain, jaundice, and hematuria. Signs and symptoms similar to those occurring in shock, seizures and death are suggested effects which are anticipated to occur with severe exposures.
  1. Animals exposed to stibine have pulmonary irritation, congestion and edema, hemolysis, secondary renal effects, anemia, and fatty liver changes.
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