By Steven L. Hoenig
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Overexposure effects HN-2 is highly irritating to the eyes and throat; in highconcentrations it can cause blindness. Absorbed into the bloodstream it will seriously interfere with the functioningof hemoglobin and will eventually damage the endocrinesystem. HN-2 is a vesicant (blister agent) and alkylating agent producing cytotoxic action on the hematopoietic (blood-forming) tissues which are especially sensitive. HN-2 is not naturally detoxified by the body; therefore, repeated exposure produces a cumulative effect.
Chapter One ● Blister Agents ● PHENYLDICHLOROARSINE – PD 35 Skin Contact: Don respiratory mask and gloves; remove victim from source immediately and remove contaminated clothing; decontaminate the skin immediately by flushing with a 5% solution of liquid household bleach; wash off with soap and water after 3–4 min to remove decon agent and protect against erythema; seek medical attention immediately; to prevent systemic toxicity, decontaminate as late as 2 or 3 h after exposure even if it increases the severity of the local reaction; further clean with soap and water.
Skin Contact: Don respiratory protective masks and gloves; remove victim from agent source immediately; flush skin and clothes with 5% solution of sodium hypochlorite or liquid household bleach within 1 min; cut and remove contaminated clothing; flush contaminated skin area again with 5% sodium hypochlorite solution; then wash contaminated skin area with soap and water; seek medical attention immediately. Ingestion: Do not induce vomiting; give victim milk to drink; seek medical attention immediately.
Compendium of chemical warfare agents by Steven L. Hoenig