posted on Aug, 22 2014 @ 08:12 AM
a reply to: MarlinGrace
ok - have it your way - you can stand around with your bar of soap and tube of " antibacterial ointment " WTF ??
I shall stick with the methodology laid down by the HSE , which is [ for the record - splashes on skin // immersion of extremites ] :
remove all affected clothing
sluice with copious quantities of water
topical application of calcium glucanite jelly
injections ofcalcium glucanite soln. into tissue[ if availiable // trained personel ]
there is another optional treatment - which I forget - an alternate chemical neutraliser solution with ice that any extremities can be immersed in .
but our regieme was ignore that - and slaver a dressing in calcium glucanite jelly - use that to cover the wuond site and secure with a ice pack for
transport to hospital .
obviously - eye contact had a different treatment - some drops - forget name and oxygen for inhalation - you really needed a doc for inahation as the
spec said IV of the calcium glucanite