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In the United States, expert advice from a regional poison control center may be obtained by calling 1-800-222-1222. If cyanide poisoning is suspected, emergency medical personnel should be contacted immediately (dial 911).

Learn how cyanide exposure may negatively affect the body

Understanding Cyanide Poisoning

Cyanide exposure can negatively affect the body1

Find where threats of cyanide poisoning may occur

The Threat of Cyanide in Smoke

Exposure can occur through combustion of household items in a closed space1,2

Learn about the symptoms of cyanide poisoning

For first responders

Learn about symptoms of cyanide poisoning3

Learn how to identify potential victims of cyanide poisoning from fire smoke inhalation

For Emergency Departments

Quickly identify potential victims of cyanide poisoning from fire smoke inhalation