Types of poison : Chemical substances that cause damage to a person's vital functions or even cause death when passed over a certain amount in the body are called poison. The phenomenon that occurs when such substances enter the body in various species is known as poisoning.

Poisoning can be achieved by drinking poisonous substances, by drinking, by breathing, by contact with the skin, or by biting any animal. The passage of gases through the respiratory tract or by the use of agricultural pesticides in the body is an effective and effective way of passing the poisonous substance through the mouth it is risky.

According to Zehri ÇESİDİDİ, there are also a variety of manifestations in the body. With poisoning, the person may have lost his or her self-consciousness. Visual impairment is the most common manifestation of poisoning. Chemical substances such as gasoline or thinner may pungy from the breath of the patient. Nausea, vomiting and diarrhea are important types of poisoning. At the same time, it may be considered that the patient's skin may have been exposed to redness, burns, and toxic contact if different symptoms are observed.

Some poisons can be thrown away by vomiting. Chemical substances can be removed from the body by vomiting. If the poison is contaminated by the person's skin, the clothes should be removed immediately and the skin should be rinsed with plenty of water. Artificial respiration should be performed during respiratory arrest or shock and the patient should be referred to the hospital without delay. If the patient is known to be poisoned by the substance, it should be informed about the subject when taken to the hospital.

To prevent poisoning, we must first know that there is a large amount of toxic substance in our house. It is made up of chemical substances in cleaning products, cosmetics, paint products and furniture polishes, pesticides, fuels, natural gas and other gases and medicines. In particular, the use of medicines used in treatment, unconscious and high doses can even lead to life-threatening.

It is dangerous for young children when we have this much toxic substance in our homes. Harmful substances which may be harmful to children should be stored in locked containers and in places where they can not easily be reached. However, the box containing the poisonous substances should be written on top of bottles to avoid mixing with different products.

Food poisoning, exhaust gas poisoning, animal bites and insect stings.

Food poisoning occurs when the food is damaged or the food is harmful to the body. Nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, headache, visual impairment, pupil growth and shock state indicate the onset of food poisoning. When such situations are encountered, plenty of salt water should be drunk to remove the patient. He should then be taken to the hospital immediately.

Exhaust gas poisoning occurs when the poisonous carbon monoxide gas from the exhausts of motor vehicles is inhaled. Exhaust gases of motor vehicles that are operating in an indoor or irregular working environment are very dangerous. In addition, toxic gases from stoves and water heaters in the houses produce similar effects.

Chemical poison types are cyanide, anthrax, sarin, botulinum chemical.

Cyanide: It is a poison used in the development of new industrial materials and cleaning of metals.

Anthrax: A poison in the soil that affects live cattle and sheep under normal conditions.

Sarin: It is a gaseous form of poison, which consists of colorless, odorless enzymes that affect the nervous system.

Botulinum: It has been developed as a toxic bacterium that lives in canned food boxes that are not produced healthy.