Poison and Drug Information
Poisoning and toxins
Safety and prevention
Skin and eye
Bites and stings
Inhaled toxins are toxins that you breathe in. Smoke and carbon monoxide are the most common.
If you have any trouble breathing, get medical help or call 911 right away.
If you think you’ve had an exposure to a substance you’re not sure about, call the Poison and Drug Information Service (PADIS). In Alberta, call 1-800-332-1414 anytime day or night.
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