Antidote, internal--Give milk freely, or one tablespoonful of ammonium acetate in a glass of
water. In any event, cause vomiting three (3) times, and repeat dosage of milk, and raw eggs.
Remove patient to fresh air, and keep him quiet and warm. Give stimulants such as strong
coffee or tea, smelling salts, or aromatic spirits of ammonia (1 teaspoonful in a little water).
PARAHYDROXYPHENOL AMINOACETIC ACID (pHydroxyphenol Glycin; Glycin; Ansco;
Athenon: Eastman Kodak Co.)
Glistening white or gray powder. POISONOUS.
PHENOL (Carbolic Acid)
White crystalline mass which turns pink or red under the influence of light, or if not perfectly
pure, absorbs moisture from air and liquefies; has distinctive odor.
STRONG CORROSIVE POISON. Solid, solutions, and vapors corrosive on contact with skin
and tissues. Exposure to toxic amounts can be LETHAL.
Antidote, external--Wash affected parts with alcohol or whiskey.
Antidote, internal--GIVE NO FATS OR OILS. Give emetic of 60 grains of zinc sulfate, or a
tablespoonful of sodium chloride in a glass of warm water; then give epsom salts followed by
demulcent drinks, such as flour and water, barley and oatmeal gruel.
Bright, yellowish-red, transparent crystals.
POISONOUS and powerful oxidizing agent.
DANGEROUS FIRE and EXPLOSION HAZARD.
Antidote, internal--Give a tablespoonful of 3% hydrogen peroxide, and stimulants of diluted
alcohol, or a tablespoonful of aromatic spirits of ammonia. Apply cold water to head and spine,
and give inhalation of ammonia, and artificial respiration.
Transparent, colorless crystals or white powder. A very powerful oxidizing agent, and therefore a
DANGEROUS FIRE and EXPLOSION HAZARD. POISONOUS.