Zinc Phosphide Poisoning occurs after ingestion or contact has been made with the chemical Zinc Phosphide. Zinc Phosphide is a chemical placed in the highest category of chemical toxicity. Any contact with this chemical will cause a negative effect (Zinc Phosphide Poisoning). Zinc Phosphide Poisoning has symptoms such as fatigue, vomiting, dizziness, diarrhea, coughing, headache, weight loss, and in extreme cases the bones can become very fragile. If exposed to Zinc Phosphide, immediate treatment for Zinc Phosphide Poisoning is necessary.
Zinc Phosphide Poisoning Bioinformatics Tool
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