Poisoning: Poisoning can have serious signs or symptoms including
- lead, and
Battery Ingestion Battery ingestion commonly occurs in children five years of age and younger, and in the elderly. Symptoms of battery ingestion include vomiting, gagging, abdominal pain, fever, rash, dark or bloody stools, irritability, drooling, and difficulty breathing. If you or someone you know has ingested a battery, go to the nearest emergency department for medical care.
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