Modified on 2009/10/14 21:50 by admin
Exposure to acetone results mostly from breathing air, drinking water, or coming in contact with products or soil that contain acetone. Exposure to moderate-to-high amounts of acetone can irritate your eyes and respiratory system, and make you dizzy. Very high exposure may cause you to lose consciousness. This chemical has been found in at least 572 of 1,416 National Priorities List sites identified by the Environmental Protection Agency.

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  2. Balance problems: Overview
  3. Birth Defects
  4. Blood Disorders: Overview
  5. Coma: Overview
  6. Delirium: Overview
  7. Eye Disorders
  8. Head, Spinal Cord, Brain & Nerve Disorders: Overview
  9. Headaches
  10. Kidney & Urinary Tract Disorders
  11. Liver Problems
  12. Lung & Airway Disorders
  13. Male Infertility: Overview
  14. Menstruation: Overview
  15. Mouth & Dental Disorders: Overview
  16. Nausea: Overview
  17. Skin Disorders: Overview
  18. Tachycardia / Fast Heartbeat: Overview
  19. Acetone: Frequently Asked Questions
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