Smoke or Chemical Inhalation
- Immediately get the person to a place where he or she can breathe fresh air. Avoid breathing fumes yourself.
- Seek prompt medical attention if you suspect carbon monoxide poisoning.
- If the person is not breathing, and if you are trained to do so, start rescue breathing.
Chemical Contamination (Skin)
- Remove contaminated clothing and rinse the skin with water for 15 to 20 minutes.
- Wash the skin gently with water, then rinse.
- If there is continued irritation, seek medical evaluation.
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