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What causes nerve gas poisoning?

Exposure to chemical agents that affect the human nervous system causes nerve gas poisoning. Levels and duration of exposure and the type of chemical determine the severity of the effects. Chemical agents known to negatively affect the human nervous system include organophosphate pesticides, tabun, sarin, soman, and animal - based toxins.

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Is there a cure for nerve gas poisoning?
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It is possible for nerve gas poisoning to be cured. Pretreatment drugs such as pyridostigmine bromid...
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What are the long-term effects of nerve gas poisoning?
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Nerve gas poisoning may require months of recovery time and consistent drug treatment for some sympt...
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How do I care for someone with nerve gas poisoning?
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Always assist the person in seeking medical care if there has been exposure to nerve gas. Initia...
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What are the symptoms of nerve gas poisoning?
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Nerve gas poisoning has adverse effects on the central nervous, respiratory, cardiovascular, gastroi...
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