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What should I know about Cyanokit before taking it?

You should know that there is no quick test to determine cyanide poisoning, and it can be deadly unless treated quickly. If your health care provider suspects you have ingested hydrogen cyanide, inhaled the gas, absorbed it through your skin or eaten plants that form cyanide in your body, they will likely administer Cyanokit. Your health care provider will also assess you for symptoms of cyanide poisoning, which may include mental confusion, vomiting, a rapid pulse or seizures.

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