Can paint thinner make a person unconscious?
Yes, it is possible.
Yes, it can. The vapors of some thinners are toxic, and in a high concentration can make you sick or unconscious- or dead. This is why "huffing" paint is dangerous..
First thing you do is to shout for help. You can continue to shout till you get the help. Meanwhile you have to do resuscitation measures to save the patient. You have to clear the air way first. You compress the the chest by the side of thorax. Some water may come out. You can take out the water by… keeping the patient on side way. Then you should extend the neck of the patient to straighten the airway. Lift the jaw and give mouth to mouth breathing. Then palpate the carotid pulse. If the heart has stopped, you compress the chest to produce the compression of the heart. Effective compression will produce the pulsation. The ribs are almost invariably fractured by this maneuver. You give four chest compressions to one mouth breathing. When you have assistant to help you both the jobs can be done by two persons. You can continue the resuscitation on your way to hospital in ambulance also. (MORE)
\nWe all have in our minds:conscious thinking, subcomscious thinking and some say we have an unconscious mind which we have no conscious awareness of, but it is very powerful and may sometimes cause us to behave in ways we may not be aware of, but others are aware, \nwe may also have behaviots tha…t neither we or others are aware of the motivation forl, For further explanation research "Johari's Window." It shows 4 windows into ourself and our actions...a way of explaining what we know about ourselves and what we don't kmow....what others may know that we don;t know etc;;; \nthis was taught in a behavior course I taught in \nbehavioral analysis. (MORE)
Paint thinner is nearly alwys used in oil based paints. If you mix it with mosts acrylic paint the paints it will be ruined - unless of course you have a solvent based acrylic - such as a thermoplastic acrylic.
Methanol is known as denatured alcohol. It is the most common paintthinner for shellac. Methanol is used to strip varnishes. Mineralspirits is the stripper used for painted surfaces.
First, call for help, or send two people to get help. Tell them "CALL 911!". Don't use the word "help" -- it just confuses them. Tell them exactly what you want them to do. If you're alone, think about the situation and decide what to do first; call for help or attend the patient. It can be a tough …decision. Next, make sure that you and the victim are in a safe place. You can't help someone in the middle of a busy street. If you have to move them in order to keep the two of you safe, do so, but if you have any reason to suspect a neck injury, try to move them without moving the head or neck out of line. If you don't have to move them in order to stay alive, don't move them yet. As you approach the victim, and once you're there, nefore touching, try and figure out what happened. Downed electric lines shocked them? If so be SAFE. A piano fell on them? Watch for crush injuries and watch that spine. No idea why they're unconscious? Okay -- that's a start. Next, check airway, breathing and heartbeat (ABC -- Airway, Breathing, Cardio). If they're breathing and their heart is beating -- good -- most of your work is over. If ANY of these things isn't working, fix it. Airway first, then rescue breathing (if necessary), and CPR (again, if necessary). Check for severe bleeding. If there is severe bleeding, stop it with direct pressure. If none of these things apply so far, or you've found and fixed some or all of them, then assess. Will the patient respond to noise? If you know their name, call it -- quietly at first, then loudly -- see if you can get them to respond. If you can, see if they're confused. See if they recall who they are, where they are, and what happened. If they don't or can't answer, go on to the next part. IF THERE IS DAMAGE TO NECK, HEAD OR SPINE, DON'T MOVE THEM. Unless they stop breathing or their heart stops, leave them be until help arrives. You can cover with a blanket if it's cold, or shade if it's hot. If there is no apparent risk to the spine, If they're unconscious, try putting them on their left side, face pointing sideways/down, so if they vomit they don't inhale it. If they're conscious, try putting them on their back with legs elevated above the heart. Maintian body temp -- if it's cold, warm them. If it's warm, shade them. Do not give water or foods. Do not shake them. Don't offer smelling salts. If they have their own meds and want to use them, let them. Wait there until someone qualified takes over or the patient wakes up and leaves. If you think the patient needs to be seen by a professional, feel free to talk them into it, but don't touch or try to restrain them. first, call 911 immideitly! if they are completey unconscience, the CPR has to kick in. lay them on there back and sit up next to them place hands exactly on the sturnum (just below his ribs) and give 30 fairly hard thrusts to that area. do not give THEN THRUSTS ON THERE RIBS-- YOU COULD BRAKE THEM AND THE PERSON WOULD HAVE NO HOPE!!!!!!! open there mouth and breath in to it twice, each breath shoould take about one second tilt there head back and listen for breathing, if not, pinch there no9se and breath into it again twice. repeate all steps untill 911 arrives. if they wake up, you should still wait for 911, they might want to do some examing just to make sure the victim is ok! (bold part "improved" by kdiehl) (MORE)
a unconscious person needs oxygen because without oxygen they will sufer serious brain damage and can possable die.
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Accidently threw several paint thinner rags into the washingmachine with a full load of clothing. I can only tell you what doesnot work.... 1) Wash the load 5 times. Smell does not disapate at all. Eyeswatering if the door to the washing machine is open. 2) 2 gallons of vinegar over 2 loads. Eyes s…till watering. 3) Soaked all clothing in bathtub with a full bottle of Dawndishsoap. Clothes smelling better. Rinse in washing machine. Eyesare still watering and now the clothes reek again. 4) Tide washing machine cleaner. A slightly milder version of paintthinner with just a whiff of mountain fresh. 5) Oxy clean. Just for giggles. Results unknown but next on thelist is orange degreaser, TSP, baking soda. And then to try findand clean the hidden drain reservoir but we seem to be lacking abinding agent to make this a successful solutions. Oh, the poorenvironment...... (MORE)
No. Paint thinner is mineral spirits. Lacquer thinner is hotter than paint thinner and is used to thin lacquer paint. It's also used to clean surfaces prior to painting and to clean up some dried paints. .
I guess it depends on which solvent is used as a paint thinner. For example, the chemical name of Acetone is "dimethyl ketone" or "2-propanone", while some of the chemical names of a mineral spirit (also named white spirit) are "mineral turpentine" or "solvent naphtha".
Water, if frozen into a block, and thrown really hard can sometimes have this effect.. If you mean injested liquid, there's a problem: The line between unconscious and dead is actually a very fine line. Contrary to what you see on the TV, if someone is unconscious, they're in real trouble. This is …why there are anesthesiologists.. Chloral Hydrate, combined with Ethanol was used in the old days of "Mickey Finn's" bar to knock out customers who could then be robbed. However, the number of customers who actually (a) became unconscious and (b) then regained conciousness is speculative. This was also easily identified, even back then (1800's).. In summary, there is no safe way to render a person unconscious, liquid or otherwise, and not risk killing them. (MORE)
depends on what paint your using. acrylic is upto 50% paint to 50% thinners (same with acrylic clear) and two pack (2k) also depends on what you've got. MS (medium solids) clear or solid colour (not metallic) is 3:1 (3 parts paint : 1 part hardener) and high solids 4:1. hope this helps!?!?!? Basical…ly if it has a hardener then it is two pack (2k) enjoy! :) (MORE)
You can, you just shouldn't. It is volatile, and damages the pigments in the paint.
Lots of different medications can do that depending on the dose and Rohypnol is one. It is however illegal to give such medication to anyone who cannot say yes or no to taking it and it has also killed ppl who had a allergic reaction to it.
It could. Depending on the thinner that is used, it's always best to follow the instructions on the label and always test it in an inconspicuous area of the material first.
my father is suffring from blood clot in brain.he is semi unconcious.how will he recover from this stage. is there any medicine for that blood clot in brain?
\nJust regular old paint thinner is called Stoddard solvent, or more popularly "mineral spirits." This stuff is never the same twice, and it can contain a lot of different hydrocarbons.
are they breathing, do they have a pulse is there airway obstructed.remember a, b, c, aiirway breathing circulation
Most paint thinners are a petrochemical so the price is related to the price of a barrel of oil.
Paint thinner is usually mineral spirits and does not contain water, therefore, it does not have a pH level.
Yes, do not swallow it and wash it off skin or from eyes if it gets in contact with them.
The only thing you can do is wait, until it evaporates. Stir it every now and then.
no. paint thinner is the same as mineral spitits - it comes from oil refining just like gasoline. Turpentine is a distilled pine tree product (there are artificial versions).
give breaths without chest compressions for adults give 1 breath every 5-6 seconds about 10-12 breaths per minute
Flood makes products that will thin the paint without degrading the paint. Use Flotrol for latex paint and Penetrol for oil-based paints. Follow the directions on the label to determine how much product to add to your paint.
NO! Laquer Thinner is used in automotive paint as a reducer. & sometimes a solvent. Paint Thinner thins Oil based home paint and used as a cleaning solvent for paint brush cleanup, Wood Stain, etc..... IF MY FALLEN MEMORY SERVES ME RIGHT., NOT LEFT.
Any inhalant can cause your heart to have irregular rhythm or stop and it destroys brain cells that do not come back. You will get stupid after a while. Can't tie your shoes stupid.
If you put it in water base paint It is hard to clean your brush
It depends on the type of paint thinner you buy and paint - however, extremely unlikely unless it is being used as an illegal distribution activity.
I dont know but How do you make a question that makes any sense and can be answered?
Open their airway with the head tilt chin lift or the jaw-thrust (if there is trauma) Look listen and feel. Is the person breathing if so how fast, if not check for a pulse. If their is no pulse begin CPR with chest compressions (30) and then give two rescue breaths. Continue this process until furt…her help arrives. (MORE)
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You check for a pulse on their left side of the neck, their wrist or you check for breathing- although normally you'd do all of them.
If it's an oil base paint you use paint thinner. If it's latex you use water.
Paint thinner is mineral spirits. Lacquer thinner is hotter than paint thinner and is used to thin lacquer paint,to clean surfaces prior to painting and to clean up some dried paints.
You first make sure the scene is safe. Then you approach them and tap on their shoulder asking if they are okay. If they are not, you call 911.
There are different kinds. The relevant one is always mentioned in the instructions on the side of the can.
We first try to give the person oxygen. Keep the person in straight position, then blow air in his/her mouth or nose & push in his/her chest.Then you immediately call a doctor.
If you are using latex, thin with water. If using enamel, thin with paint thinner. Always read instructions on the can. They always say what to thin it with.
there are numerous combinations of various tablets that can easily render one unconscious, or worse yet, render one deceased.
by unconscious i hope you mean unconscious-not breathing, as it will be fatal to do CPR on a breathing casualty. any way for an adult unconscious not breathing: you should follow your DRABC (danger, responses, airways, breathing, circulation/CPR). once you've checked for danger, you check for re…sponses from the casualty, call for help, check for breathing, send someone to get an ambulance and an AED (defibrillator), you should then carry on starting with chest compressions at a depth of 5-6cm and at a rate of (30/2). with help this should be maintained for 6 cycles/2mins, without help; 3 cycles/1 min and then go for help. for child the same however you start off with 5 initial rescue breaths before going onto 30:2, whilst also using only 1 hand, and a third the depth of adult compressions. for infants the same as child, however using 2 fingers and when going for help the infant should be carried with you. (MORE)
An unconscious person cannot willfully turn themselves over. However, an unconscious patient should be placed on their side in the recovery position, provided there is no clinical evidence of a cervical spine injury that may compromise life. This position allows any vomit to clear from the patien…t's airway, and to avoid the tongue falling back and potentially causing an airway blockage. (MORE)
If it is latex paint, you can just add water. You have to mix the paint very WELL. If the paint is oil based, I've used a little gasoline to thin it.
A light tap to the temple region of the cranium, a sudden blow to the head, or a lack of oxygen (hypoxia) can cause unconsciousneess.
Uhm no...but Lemon does...squeeze the Lemon Juice on the hair && let it rest for 10 mins.then wash it.:) hoped i help
it depends if they have just fainted or if they are going to be out for a while, it also depends on the situation. If the person faints you should rub their hands and arms and try to get circulation running. also they should be on a relatively flat surface and after they wake up, give them some food…. Nothing too heavy, maybe something like crackers, and also something to drink. Something that has suger in it so that their glucose levels will stabilize. (MORE)
There are many reasons you would need to use paint thinner while on the job. The main reason that you would use paint thinner on the job is if you were going to repaint something and needed to remove the old paint first.
The special thinner specified for the Brand and type of paintt inuse. I generally use "Fast" when given a choice, I live in a cloderclimate and it works better at my normall shop tmpuratures
No, paint thinner is not considered a binder. A binder is kind oflike a glue that holds dried paint together and makes it stick tothe surface that it is applied to.
Thinners, binders, and carrier liquids are a few of a number ofvehicle used with other active ingredients or paint pigments. So,yes, paint thinner is a vehicle as long as it contains activeingredients or pigments.