Attention should be paid to the use of pyridine and zinc, and what should be done if these conditions are encountered?
[skin] immediately affected by the flooding of water, while the skin removed, isolation of all contaminated clothing. Wash all affected areas gently and thoroughly with soap and water. If redness or irritation symptoms, such as development, immediately call a doctor and prepare for delivery to the hospital for treatment of the victims.
[eyes] first check the contact lens and the victim if there is deletion. 20 to 30 minutes, rinse the victim's eyes with clean water or saline solution, and request a hospital or poison control center. Do not put any ointment, oil, or in the victim's eye without specific instructions from the doctor's medication. The victim is immediately transported to the hospital to flush the eyes, even without symptoms (e.g., redness or irritation).
[food intake] for medical treatment. If the individual is drowsy or unconscious, do not give any mouth; place the individual head on the left. Contact a doctor, medical facility, or poison control center to ask for vomiting. If possible, don't leave anyone unattended.
[inhalation] leave the contaminated area immediately; take a deep breath of fresh air. If symptoms (such as asthma, coughing, shortness of breath, or burning in the mouth, throat or chest) develop, call the doctor and prepare for delivery to the hospital victim. Provide adequate breathing protection for rescue personnel into an unknown atmosphere. Self breathing apparatus (SCBA) should be used whenever possible.