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Pyriminil

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Overview


Pyriminil is a yellow powder that is used as a rodenticide and is on the EPA's list of Extremely Hazardous Substances (EPA and #Scorecard). Signs of acute ingestion of pyriminil: abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, anorexia, dehydration, urinary retention, and urinary tract irritation. Muscular weakness, aching, chest pain, irregular heartbeat, tremors, mental confusion, and central nervous system depression (#EPA).

Just the facts


Physical Information

Name: Pyriminil

Source: rodenticide

Recommended daily intake: none

Absorption: dermal, nigestion, inhalation

Chemical Structure



References



Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). "Chemical Emergency Preparedness and Prevention - Emergency First Aid Treatment Guide: PYRIMINIL". Last Updated September 27th, 2007. Accessed 9-27-07.


Scorecard. "Chemical Profiles - Pyriminil". 2005. Accessed 9-27-07.

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