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ยฉ 2023 TikTok

mopoisoncenter

Missouri Poison Center

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Emergency care service providing emergency assistance & preventative education.

Replying to @olivia..ann284 If salt or pepper gets into your eyes, try your hardest not to rub them! Rinse your eyes with lukewarm water as soon as possible and then call the Missouri Poison Center for immediate help. 1-800-222-1222. #PoisonControl #Salt #SaltAndPepper #EyeRinse #FirstAid #PoisonPrevention #HowTo
Replying to @big_boss_bosnian We often receive calls about children who drank a sip of rubbing alcohol. It's often drunk by mistake since it looks like water when poured into other containers. The most common symptoms from a small, unintentional ingestion may include nausea, vomiting, or stomach upset. If you or someone you know has ingested rubbing alcohol, call the Missouri Poison Center right away at 1-800-222-122. #PoisonControl #RubbingAlcohol #MythVsFact #FeverRemedy #ChildSafety #Health #PoisonPrevention
#Stitch w/@The PediPals - Lifehack, save the Poison Control number in your phone to stay prepared for poison emergencies. The Missouri Poison Center is open 24/7, 365 days a year! And our number stays the same no matter where you go! You can reach us at 1-800-222-1222. #PoisonPrevention #LifeHack #ParentingHack #ChildSafety #PoisonControl #ParentsOfTikTok
Replying to @greasy.lil.salamander Did you know that eating a large quantity of cough drops can result in stomach upset with nausea? If you or your child eats more than the recommended number of cough drops, call the Missouri Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222 #AskMOPoison #CoughDrops #DidYouKnow #ChildSafety #ChokingHazard #MedicineSafety #PoisonControl #PoisonPrevention
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