What if the medicine or my body fluid has contact with someone's eyes, skin, or clothes?
If the medicine or body fluids have contact with a person's eyes, skin, or clothes (including bedding),
take care of the person first, and then clean up the spill. (For spill cleanup, see Cleaning up spills.)
Any clothes, towels, or bedding that has contact with the medicine or your body fluids can be washed normally.
To flush eyes that had contact with the medicine or body fluids:
Call Health Link at 811 or get medical help if needed.
To clean skin that had contact with the medicine or body fluids:
If the skin gets irritated or a rash starts, call your clinic, family doctor, or Health Link at 811.
Current as of: June 24, 2022
Author: Provincial Hazardous Medication Committee, Alberta Health Services
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