|| 1. THE EFFECTS OF CARBON
Liquefied Gas by cooling. Touching product can cause cold burn.
Low concentration (%3-5 molar in air), may cause frequent breathing,
increasing in blood pressure and headaches.
Middle concentration (%8-15 molar in air), may cause headache, sluggishness,
dizziness, pain in nose and throat, tremor of the heart, vomiting
and the loss of consciousness.
2. FIRST AID INFORMATION
A) INHALATION: The person who breathes the gas in high
concentration may not be aware of suffocation because of the loss
of consciousness. He or she should be taken to fresh air immediately.
He or she should be kept in hot, and make him or her rest. Artificial
ventilation should be applied in case of no respiration. He or she
should be taken to hospital in a short time.
B) TOUCHING SKIN OR EYE: The surface of the skin touching
to carbon dioxide should be washed with plenty of warm water immediately
for 15 minutes. The patient should be taken to hospital soon if
there is intensive tissue freezing , cold burn, or uprising of skin
surface. Touching with eyes; evaporation of liquid gas should be
accelerated opening the eyelids as far as possible. The eyes should
be washed at least for 15 minutes. And the patient should be taken
to a hospital immediately.
C) SWALLOWING: Swallowing the product has not been accepted
as a probable danger for health.