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"Les intoxications accidentelles"

Martinique : Comite martiniquais de prevention et d'education sanitaire, 1983.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 65 x 50 cm.

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White poster with black lettering and orange highlights. Title at top of poster. Visual image is a series of illustrations, arranged in four rows, depicting how poisoning can occur, what to do and not to do in a case of poisoning, and steps for prevention. Top row shows ways children can poison themselves, including not understanding danger, exploring and taking in all kinds of things, liking things that are bad for you. Top middle row shows ways parents can poison children, such as reusing beverage containers for toxic fluids, using adult medicines on a child, exceeding prescribed dosages. Bottom middle row shows steps to take in the event of poisoning including contacting a doctor or going to the hospital, not making the child vomit, not giving the child anything to drink, especially milk or oil. Bottom row shows preventive measures such as keeping medicines out of reach and locked away, explaining dangers, and punishing a child who pursues toxic substances. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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<p>White poster with black lettering and orange highlights.  Title at top of poster.  Visual image is a series of illustrations, arranged in four rows, depicting how poisoning can occur, what to do and not to do in a case of poisoning, and steps for prevention.  Top row shows ways children can poison themselves, including not understanding danger, exploring and taking in all kinds of things, liking things that are bad for you.  Top middle row shows ways parents can poison children, such as reusing beverage containers for toxic fluids, using adult medicines on a child, exceeding prescribed dosages.  Bottom middle row shows steps to take in the event of poisoning including contacting a doctor or going to the hospital, not making the child vomit, not giving the child anything to drink, especially milk or oil.  Bottom row shows preventive measures such as keeping medicines out of reach and locked away, explaining dangers, and punishing a child who pursues toxic substances.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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"Les intoxications accidentelles"

Martinique : Comite martiniquais de prevention et d'education sanitaire, 1983.

<p>White poster with black lettering and orange highlights.  Title at top of poster.  Visual image is a series of illustrations, arranged in four rows, depicting how poisoning can occur, what to do and not to do in a case of poisoning, and steps for prevention.  Top row shows ways children can poison themselves, including not understanding danger, exploring and taking in all kinds of things, liking things that are bad for you.  Top middle row shows ways parents can poison children, such as reusing beverage containers for toxic fluids, using adult medicines on a child, exceeding prescribed dosages.  Bottom middle row shows steps to take in the event of poisoning including contacting a doctor or going to the hospital, not making the child vomit, not giving the child anything to drink, especially milk or oil.  Bottom row shows preventive measures such as keeping medicines out of reach and locked away, explaining dangers, and punishing a child who pursues toxic substances.  Publisher information at bottom of poster.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 photomechanical print (poster) : col. ; 65 x 50 cm.

ABSTRACT

White poster with black lettering and orange highlights. Title at top of poster. Visual image is a series of illustrations, arranged in four rows, depicting how poisoning can occur, what to do and not to do in a case of poisoning, and steps for prevention. Top row shows ways children can poison themselves, including not understanding danger, exploring and taking in all kinds of things, liking things that are bad for you. Top middle row shows ways parents can poison children, such as reusing beverage containers for toxic fluids, using adult medicines on a child, exceeding prescribed dosages. Bottom middle row shows steps to take in the event of poisoning including contacting a doctor or going to the hospital, not making the child vomit, not giving the child anything to drink, especially milk or oil. Bottom row shows preventive measures such as keeping medicines out of reach and locked away, explaining dangers, and punishing a child who pursues toxic substances. Publisher information at bottom of poster.

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