What measures should be taken to stop the intake of poison and remove it: when ingested through the respiratory

What measures should be taken to stop the intake of poison and remove it: when ingested through the respiratory tract, in contact with the skin, in mouth?

When emergency chemically hazardous substances enter through the respiratory tract, it is necessary:
• wear a gas mask on the victim;
• remove (remove) the victim from the infection zone;
• allow the victim to rinse his mouth with water;
• deliver the victim to a medical facility.
If accidentally chemically hazardous substances get on the skin, you must:
• remove AHOV from the skin mechanically (with a napkin, swab);
• wash the victim with warm water and soap;
• rinse the victim’s eyes with water for 10-15 minutes;
• refer the victim to a medical facility.
When emergency chemically hazardous substances enter through the mouth, it is necessary:
• allow the victim to rinse his mouth with water;
• flush the affected stomach;
• give the victim activated carbon;
• deliver the victim to a medical facility.

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