Ingestion Sample Clauses

Ingestion. Induce vomiting immediately as directed by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
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Ingestion. Ingestion is perhaps the main concern regarding plastics and waterbirds, because it can affect large proportions of some populations, and has the potential for both physical and chemical impacts (Xxxxxxx 2009, Xxxx et al. 2015, Xxxx 2016). Ingestion can be direct (primary ingestion) or indirect (secondary ingestion via contaminated prey). The size of plastic items relative to prey species probably offers the best way to differentiate these two ingestion routes. Plastic items ingested directly tend to be roughly similar in size to prey items, whereas secondary ingested items tend to be much smaller than prey items. However, direct ingestion can result from deliberate ingestion, when plastic items are mistaken for prey items, or accidental ingestion, when plastics are consumed passively along with prey items (Xxxx 2016). The latter category might include items appreciably smaller than the main prey species, and thus be confused with secondary ingestion. Dabbling ducks probably ingest most plastic accidentally (x.x. Xxxxxxx et al. 2015, Xxx-Xxxxxxx et al. 2017, Xxxxxxxx & Xxxx 2018). It also can be hard to distinguish ingestion from entanglement when live birds are seen trailing fishing line – this could result from ingestion of a hook or entanglement in a hook or line. Ingestion of a fishing hook and line (e.g. Hong et al. 2013) is perhaps better treated as bycatch than ingestion, although birds can digest fishing hooks, leaving only the line in their stomachs, and thus be indistinguishable from ingestion (Xxxx 2015b). Most plastic ingestion by birds – at least at the size range of items that are readily detected in their stomach contents – appears to be ingested directly. Secondary ingestion has been inferred for terns (Xxxx & Cormons 1974) and xxxxx (Xxxx & Xxxxxx 1988, Xxxxxx et al. 2016), based on the presence of plastic in regurgitated pellets, and may be regular in piscivorous species (e.g. gannets, cormorants, divers, herons, auks, etc.) given the frequent occurrence of plastic recorded in both marine and freshwater fish, at least in Europe (x.x. Xxxxxxx et al. 2014, Xxxxx et al. 2015, Xxxx & Xxxxxxxx 2015, Xxxx et al. 2015, Xxxxxx et al. 2016, Xxxxxxx et al. 2017, Xxxxxx et al. 2017, Xxxxx et al. 2018, but see also Xxxxxxx et al. 2017). However, most plastics ingested by fish that are small enough to be eaten by birds are likely to be small enough to be excreted rapidly by birds. Skua pellets containing ingested plastics mainly come from eating other...
Ingestion. If a significant amount has been ingested, or Once the liquid has been mopped up, wash the area with if symptoms occur seek medical attention. plenty of water and detergent.
Ingestion. If person is conscious, administer a moderate amount (8-12 oz. or 250 mL) of water, but do not induce vomiting. Notify medical personnel and supervisor.
Ingestion. Ingestion is normally typically encountered in one of two ways: o Swallowing dust or particulates that were filtered out in the upper respiratory tract. o Unknowingly eating or drinking hazardous materials.
Ingestion. 1. Always refer to MSDS for first aid response for chemical ingestion. No food or drinks are allowed in areas containing chemicals. SPILL RESPONSE
Ingestion. Although ingestion of chemicals is rare in the industrial setting, in the event of methacrylic acid ingestion the affected individual should be made to drink large quantities of water. Do not induce vomiting. Consult a physician.
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Ingestion. The person must have ingested Propulsid within 72 hours of the event or, in the case of death, within 72 hours of the arrhythmia that directly resulted in the subsequent death.

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