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First aid for the defeat of poisonous substances

Toxic agents (S) include chemical compounds that can affect unprotected people and animals, leading to their death or disabling them. The action of agents can be based on ingestion through the respiratory organs (inhalation exposure), penetration through the skin and mucous membranes (resorption), or through the gastrointestinal tract when using contaminated food and water. Toxic substances act in a droplet-liquid form, in the form of aerosols, vapor or gas.

As a rule, chemical agents are an integral part of chemical weapons. Chemical weapons are combat weapons, the damaging effects of which are based on the toxic effects of agents.

Toxic substances that are part of chemical weapons, have a number of features. They can in a short time cause massive damage to people and animals, destroy plants, infect large amounts of ground-level air, which leads to the defeat of people on the ground and uncovered people. For a long time, they can maintain their damaging effects. Delivery of such agents to destinations is carried out in several ways: with the help of chemical bombs, poured aviation instruments, aerosol generators, rockets, rockets and artillery shells and mines.

The first medical aid in case of damage to a chemical agent must be carried out in the order of self-help and mutual assistance or specialized services. When rendering first aid it is necessary:

1) immediately put a gas mask on the injured person (or replace the damaged gas mask with a working one) to stop the effect of the damaging factor on the respiratory organs;

2) quickly inject the affected antidote (a specific drug) with a syringe;

3) to sanitize all exposed skin areas of the affected person with a special liquid from an individual anti-chemical package.

With the introduction of antidote best to make a shot in the buttock (upper outer quadrant), anterolateral surface of the thigh and the outer surface of the shoulder.
In an emergency situation at the site of the lesion, the antidote is injected with a syringe tube and through clothing. After the injection, it is necessary to attach the victim to the clothes or to put an empty syringe tube in the right pocket, which will indicate that the antidote has been injected.

Sanitary treatment of the skin of the victim is carried out with liquid from an individual anti-chemical package (IPP) directly at the site of injury, as this allows you to quickly terminate exposure to toxic substances through unprotected skin.

If the agent is sprayed by an aerosol method, the entire surface of the clothing will be contaminated. Therefore, after leaving the affected area, you should immediately take off your clothes, since the OM contained on it can cause injuries due to evaporation into the breathing zone and the penetration of vapors into the sub-costume space.

If a neuroparalytic agent is affected, the victim must be immediately evacuated from the source of infection to a safe area. During the evacuation of the affected it is necessary to monitor their condition. To prevent seizures, reintroduction of the antidote is allowed.

If the affected vomiting occurs, his head must be turned to the side and the lower part of the gas mask mask is pulled off, then the gas mask is put on again. If necessary, replace a contaminated gas mask with a new one.

At negative ambient temperatures, it is important to prevent the gas valve box from freezing. To do this, it is covered with a cloth and systematically warmed.

With the defeat of the choking agent (sarin, carbon monoxide, etc.), the victim is given artificial respiration.
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First aid for the defeat of poisonous substances

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