- household cleaners),
- insecticide sprays and paints, and
- gases such as
- carbon monoxide and
- paint stripper.
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What Should You Do if Your Infant, Toddler, Child, or the Elderly Has Swallowed a Battery?
Call the National Button Battery Ingestion Hotline, (800) 498-8666, to be consulted for battery identification and emergency instructions. If instructed, take the person to the nearest Emergency Department for medical care. If you cannot find the battery that was ingested from the device, bring it to the Emergency Department. Do not give the person antacids or ipecac.