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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- Allyl chloride is an eye, skin, throat and respiratory tract mucosa irritant. Eye contact can produce orbital/ocular pain, redness, conjunctivitis, photophobia, blurred vision and burns. Severe irritation with corneal injury can result in permanently impaired vision or blindness.
- Brief contact with the skin can cause pain, redness, numbness and first-degree burns; longer exposure can cause second-degree burns. A "deep-bone ache" may occur several hours after skin contact. Allyl chloride is rapidly absorbed through the skin and can produce systemic effects.
- Inhalation can produce a cough, sore throat, headache, dizziness, abdominal cramps, burning sensation, vomiting, labored breathing, and unconsciousness. Pulmonary hemorrhage and edema may result from exposure. Ingestion can result in abdominal pain and vomiting. Absorption through the respiratory tract can produce systemic effects.
- Peripheral neuropathy, with weakness, numbness and paresthesia, as well as respiratory damage and impairment, mild hepatotoxicity and nephrotoxicity have occurred in chronically exposed workers.
- Exposed experimental animals have developed severe liver and kidney injuries, pulmonary edema and hemorrhages, and peripheral neuropathies.
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