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  1. Osmium tetroxide causes irritation or damage to the eyes, skin, and respiratory tract. Pulmonary edema may occur. Excessive lacrimation and a sensation of seeing halos around lights has been described. A burning sensation in the chest may occur. Excessive lacrimation, conjunctivitis, visual disturbances, headache, nose and throat irritation, and cough have been reported in exposed workers. CNS depression may be seen.
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