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 Inhaled pepper spray?

Answer Capsaicin, the active ingredient in pepper spray is intended not to be lethal, but it does make treatment difficult. It binds to neuroreceptors and increases irriation which results in swelling, ra... Read More »
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I accidentally inhaled Rustoleum red spray paint this afternoon?

Drink a lot of water. Flush it out of your system. Apparently the paint irritated the back of your throat when you inhaled it. You won't die or get violently ill. You may get a headache, also. Us... Read More »
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Is pepper spray made out of pepper?

The primary ingredient in pepper spray is Capsaicin which is the active component of chili peppers. It is an irritant for mammals, including humans, and produces a sensation of burning in any tiss... Read More »
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How do I refill a pepper spray?

Check that the trigger is in safety position. Holding the device away from your face and others, unscrew the end cap from the bottom of the pepper spray device. Slightly pull out the empty pepper s... Read More »
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What ICD-9 code is used for pepper spray?

ICD-9 Code 372.06 is the code that denotes Acute chemical conjuctivitis due to pepper spray. Pepper spray is used as a defense item and is sprayed at an attacker.Source:IDC-9 Codes:Acute chemical c... Read More »
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