Poisoning from an ingestion of a bubble bath soap.
Most bath soaps are considered non-toxic.
- Various bubble bath soaps.
Note: This list may not be all inclusive.
For any toxic exposure or allergic reaction, seek emergency medical care immediately. Call Poison Control for further information.
Before Calling Emergency
Determine the following information:
- The patient’s age, weight, and condition
- The name of the product (ingredients and strengths, if known)
- The time it was swallowed
- The amount swallowed
Poison Control, or a local emergency number
They will instruct you if it is necessary to take the patient to the hospital. See Poison Control centers for telephone numbers and addresses. Take the container with you to the emergency room.
What to expect at the emergency room
Some or all of the following procedures may be performed.
- Treat the symptoms.
Since these products are relatively nontoxic, recovery is very likely.
by Janet G. Derge, M.D.
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