Insecticide Inhalation Treatment
Treatment for an insecticide inhalation depends on the type of insecticide. Treatment for an insecticide inhalation often includes humidified air, oxygen therapy, and intravenous fluids. Anticonvulsants may need to be given to control seizures. Other medications may be given to reverse symptoms, such as bronchodilators to reverse wheezing.
Treatment for an insecticide inhalation may include:
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