Kerosene and Gasoline.
Kerosene and gasoline.
Kerosene and gasoline are absorbed through the skin and through the GI tract.
Varies depending upon the route of exposure.
Drooling, vomiting, diarrhea, ataxia, difficulty breathing, tremors, seizures, coma, and death.
DO NOT induce vomiting if ingested, as it increases the risk of aspiration. Seek veterinary attention. If dermal (skin) exposure has occurred, bathe with mild detergent and rinse thoroughly. Seek veterinary attention while decontaminating the pet.
General treatment: Additional bathing is performed if dermal exposure has occurred.
Supportive treatment: IV fluids are administered. The pet is monitored and treated for heart or organ disorders and aspiration or chemical pneumonia.
Specific treatment: Unavailable.