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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- WITH POISONING/EXPOSURE
- COMMON EFFECTS include mucous membrane irritation and gastroenteritis.
- UNCOMMON EFFECTS include aspiration pneumonitis, hypotension, bradycardia, respiratory depression, ataxia, coma, vomiting, renal failure, or myoglobinuria following large amounts.
- ODOR - The smell of pine oil on the breath is a key diagnostic clue, even if the substance has been taken rectally. However, the lack of smell does not rule out the diagnosis or the presence of smell does not necessarily rule in the diagnosis.
- TOXIC DOSE - As little as 14 grams has been fatal in a child, and 8 ounces of "pine oil cleaner" was fatal in an adult.
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