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BZ, an odorless, white, crystalline solid, is a CNS depressant.
BZ is usually disseminated as an aerosol with the
primary route of entry into the body through the respiratory
system; the secondary route is through the digestive tract.
Skin absorption is possible with proper solvents.
BZ affects the victim’s ability to remember, solve
problems, pay attention, and understand instructions.
Small doses of BZ cause sleepiness and decreased alertness.
BZ also affects circulation of the blood, digestion,
sweating, and vision. General symptoms from agent BZ are
fast heartbeat, dry skin and lips, blurred near vision (increased
pupil size), flushed skin, urinary retention, constipation,
and sedation progressing to stupor and
interference with ordinary activity. High doses produce
extreme excitement, delusions, and hallucinations; high
doses completely destroy the ability to perform any military
task. An untreated casualty requires from three to four
days to reach full recovery from the effects of BZ intoxication.
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