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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION
- INHALATION may produce coughing, nausea, nervousness, respiratory difficulties, cardiovascular system disorders, nosebleed, headache, sneezing, throat irritation.
- Workers exposed to vapors from heated maleic anhydride developed an intense burning sensation in the eyes and throat, with cough and vomiting.
- Pulmonary edema may develop.
- DERMAL - Skin contact causes irritation, and redness.
- EYE - Vapors cause severe eye irritation and conjunctivitis, photophobia, and double vision, temporary visual impairment.
- Exposure to high fume concentrations caused photophobia, double vision, and a visual phenomenon of seeing rings around lights.
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